Android 11 (Go edition): these are the news of the ultralight version of Android

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Android 11 its version designed and optimized for low-end devices or input range. Google officially announces Android 11 (Go edition).

The ultralight version Android 11 (Go edition) comes with most of the new features of Android 11 along with more news and improvements that will make the next generation of entry-level devices be much better.


Gesture navigation, conversations and privacy

The gesture navigation Android 10 now comes to Android 11 (Go edition), allowing manufacturers to release entry-level mobiles with larger screens and hardly any frames. Now you can go to the home screen, navigate back and switch between applications smoothly with simple swipes.

Android 11 (Go edition) also receives most of the news of the normal version of Android 11, such as the dedicated section of Conversations, the new ones single use permissions, that the applications that we have not used for a long time automatically lose the permissions or the new screenshot integrated in the open applications panel.

Google also updates applications that were specifically designed for entry-level mobiles, such as the Files browser with its new Secure folder that allows us to protect our files with a PIN.

Up to 20% faster

Now mobiles with “Android Go” may carry may use up to 2 GB RAM. This increase in memory means that applications can open up to 20% faster than in Android 10 (Go edition).

Finally, they have also optimized this operating system to leave up to 900 MB additional free storage space versus the previous version. According to Google, enough to take up to 300 more selfies or download a full movie.

Via | Google

More information | Android Go


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