06/12/2017

Google Launches Android Oreo Go Edition For Smartphones With 1GB or 512MB Ram



Google just announced the latest version of Android Oreo dubbed has Android Go. It is built specifically for entry level smartphones with ram size of 512MB or 1GB ram.


The new Android Oreo (Go edition) would be made available as part of the Android 8.1 update that would be released tomorrow. The new Android Go comprises of three aspects which includes; the operating system, Google apps and the Play Store. All three aspects have been optimized to run with fluidity on smartphones with low RAM sizes.

Android Oreo Go edition for low ends phones
According to Google, the new Android Go edition has been optimized in such a way that average app is 15% faster on the new OS, pre-installed apps take 50% less space and it absolutely take care of background apps exhausting your data as it auto turn on data saver by default.

Android Go edition will be coming with nine apps preinstalled. These apps are super lightweight and they include Google Go, Google Assistant Go, YouTube Go, Google Maps Go, Gmail Go, Gboard, Google Play, Chrome, and Files Go. 

If you are browsing with Chrome, everything will get run through a Google server that reduces file sizes before it gets delivered to your phone.

Android Go is distinct and different from Android One, by the way. Both are intended to raise the quality of low-end devices, but from different directions.

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15 comments :

  1. And I'm still here struggling with Android 6.0. I think it's high time I get a new device, so that I can enjoy android/google services to the fullest.

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  2. This is good. Goggle making sure no one is left out

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  3. Dis guys r nt just tired of producing ....make dem rest for sumtime toooo

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  4. Guys download mcent browser to earn airtime while browsing....boss yomi abeg drop mcent update for people who dnt know abt it

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  5. Nice work Google, don't rest on your oars.

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  6. Google is trying ooh. They are not resting

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  7. Erm, I would rather be stucked on an Android phone with nougat and at least 2gb of ram than Oreo with 1gb of ram. Nah...

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  8. Nice work Google.
    Will have to Look for a better device. zero 2 don finish me.

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  9. Good from google
    I rarely hear of Android One again sef. Na wa o

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