“This will make the delivery of critical updates quick and simple without compromising storage availability on the device. The result is a phone that stays up to date over time — and you don’t have to wait for the next release or a software push from your phone’s manufacturer to have the latest and greatest,” the company explained.
What’s more, the new Android Go version shows you personalized articles and content if you swipe left from the home screen. This Discover feed also includes short videos and game updates from sports teams you follow.
The new Go Editon update also brings some of the Android 13 features like Notification Permissions and the ability to define languages per app. Google said devices with Android 13 (Go Edition) will show up in 2023.
Google’s Android Go for entry-level phones is now on 250 million devices by Ivan Mehta originally published on TechCrunch