Android Go New OS for Cheap Smart Phones


When you consider the number of users, then Android of Google is the single biggest smartphone OS. There are about 2 billion people, who are using Android across the world. With the new coming Android Go, the search engine company adds another couple of billion users and it is cut down and unbloated version of the new coming Android O. it is also added with its own version of Google Play Store and optimized apps.

Built for Entry Level / Low End Phones

When you look at the users of the developing countries, Android Go will run on the smart phone and they are also added with very limited specifications, limited connectivity options and it will be added with multilingual capabilities. It will run on the smart phones with less than 1 GB RAM to support the particular apps and it is also highlighted by Google Play Store.

The apps provided on the Android Go will have the size less than 10 GB and it will be provided without internet. The VP Product Management at Google mentioned the data saver on Chrome as the important feature and it will reduce the date usage on the Android Go.

YouTube Go

The optimized version of YouTube for Android Go will be called YouTube Go and it will have new preview feature to let you watch the video and the precious mobile data, which will check the video is right or not. The clients need to check the quality of video before playing it.

This feature is provided for YouTube Red subscribers and it is limited to US. The Android Go will be provided in the developing countries all over the world. There is another feature in YouTube Go and the clients can share their videos between the multiple Android Go users through the peer to peer connections.

All Future Versions to Get an Android Go Variant

Google has declared that the future versions of Android will feature with Go variant. It means that the clients will have Android O and Android O Go version and the clients will see the Android P Go next year. The company has not declared the hardware partner for this venture.

Android Go

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