Google announces Android Go for devices with 1GB of RAM or less

May 17th, 2017   decode   news

At its IO developer conference today, Google has unveiled Android Go. This is an initiative that seems to have been created in order to fill the void left by the Android One program, which hasn’t resulted in a new phone in a long while. Nevertheless, Google isn’t calling this Android One 2.0, so there will be quite a few differences between One and Go.

Google said it’s been inspired a lot by the YouTube Go app when developing Android Go. Every single device launching with Android O and later OS versions which has 1GB of RAM or less will get Android in the Go configuration (and you can even…

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