Since the inception of the Android operating system, Google’s mission was to make a powerful and free OS for all. As a global operating system, Android has grown to more than 2 billion active devices worldwide. Interesting fact, in India more Android users than in the US.
So billions of people could get access to high-quality OS, it is important that entry-level devices were fully functioning smartphones that can browse the web and use apps. This year at Google I/O, the company talked about Android Go. The manufacturer is all set to launch Android Oreo (Go edition). The OS will be presented together with Android 8.1 tomorrow.
Features Android Go edition Oreo
Android device Oreo (from 512 MB to 1 GB of RAM) will be supplied with all the optimizations Go. Phenomenal Android experience Oreo (Go edition) consists of three key components:
- Operating system: performance Improvements and storage OS data management functions and security benefits.
- Google Apps: a new Suite of Google applications, designed to be easier and more relevant to the unique needs of people who first go to the Internet.
- Google Play Store: a specially configured version of the Google Play Store that allows you to download any application, and also provides a special app designed to work specifically on your device.
Google has improved Android Oreo (Go edition) speed and reliability for entry-level devices, and this means that the average app now 15 percent faster on devices running Android Oreo (Go version).
Typically entry-level devices have very little memory, when you consider the size of the OS and preinstalled applications. This may disappoint people who want more space for your music, apps, files and photos. So, optimize your Android Oreo (Go edition) includes pre-installed Google apps that take up 50 percent less space. The result of weight reduction applications have doubled the amount of available storage on the entry-level devices.
In Google Play you can download any app, also there is a new section that recommended popular applications that are configured to work on entry-level devices. With the release of Android Oreo (Go edition) with Android 8.1 expected influx of more affordable smartphones, which quality is not inferior to the expensive flagships.