Android Oreo (Go Edition) is for Entry Level Devices

by December 5, 2017 0 comments

Android Oreo 8.1 (Go Edition) is officially available now. Android Oreo (Go edition) is aimed at enabling entry-level devices. It offers a new smartphone experience for devices with memory between 512MB and 1GB, and comes with a new suite of Google apps including Play, Gboard, Chrome, Google Go, Google Assistant for Android Oreo (Go edition), YouTube Go, Gmail Go, Google Maps Go, and Files Go.

Better performance
By building a faster, smoother OS with enhanced apps (and a few new ones) you can email, get answers, find directions, and play games faster than ever. And lighter apps along with a faster OS means your smartphone experience remains smooth.

More storage
Get up to 2x more storage out of the box with fewer pre-installed and much lighter apps. These apps are designed for more efficient updates and downloads, while significantly improving performance.

Data savings
A built-in data data saver feature — which is turned on by default — seamlessly helps users save data (for example, users can save an average of 600MB of data a year when utilized in Chrome) . Plus, you get full control over which apps get to use your data and when.

…and security that lets you Go without worrying
Android Oreo (Go edition) packs the same key security features of Android Oreo, and with comes with Google Play Protect built-in. Around-the-clock device scanning keeps your smartphone protected — even when it is offline. And the scans are optimized for low data use so they don’t waste your data.

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