Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Android Go is Google’s new streamlined OS variant for low-spec devices

Google is making it easier for low-powered devices to run Android smoothly – and its doing so by releasing a new version of Android altogether. Say hello to Android Go. It’s basically a lighter version of Android O, with several optimizations for lower power devices. Some examples of the optimizations thrown out during the keynote: Google’s main apps will have a lighter versions that use less memory, storage, and data. A streamlined Android kernel. Chrome’s data saver is turned on by default. There’s also a new graphic showing how much data you’ve saved right from the menu button. The Google Play Store…

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