Android 11 Go Edition
At the 2017 Google I/O Worldwide Developers Conference, Google unveiled Android Go, a version of Android designed for entry-level phones that simplifies the current Android system so that it can run on low-memory phones.
Friends who are familiar with Android know that in addition to the standard version of the Android version number upgrade, Android will also launch the Android Go system for some low specs models every year, to let more people even with the low-end machine can use the process of the Android system, and this crowd is very large.
Today, two days after the launch of Android 11, Google has also officially launched Android 11 Go, which Google says can make app launches up to 20 percent faster, allowing for faster app switching without slowing down the phone.
Android Go now supports entry-level phones with up to 2GB of RAM upgraded from the previous 1.5GB and gives users an additional 270MB of free space, enough to run 3-4 or more apps in the background, and the Android 11 Go version on 2GB devices also supports up to 900MB of additional storage, enough to download large videos.
On the security side, you can give one-time permissions that grant apps access to specific sensors, such as your microphone, camera, or location. After some time, these apps are not allowed access.
What’s more, Android 11 Go Edition incorporates gesture-based navigation that allows users to quickly switch between apps with a simple swipe. The first Android 11 Go Edition phones are said to be ready to meet you later this year, and Google has yet to announce the details.