Android 11 just dispatched for the current week for Pixel gadgets and phones from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme, and now Google has detailed its counterpart intended for low-powered gadgets: Android 11 (Go edition).

One of the greatest new highlights is that Android 11 (Go edition) should chip away at gadgets with 2GB of RAM or less — a knock up from Android 10 (Go edition), which was made for gadgets with under 1.5GB of RAM. In any case, don’t expect to upgrade your existing 2GB phone: Android 11 Go is just going to come out with new phones with that much memory, not prior ones, Google reveals to The Verge.

Likewise, Google says it’s up to OEMs whether they need to put Android 11 Go on a gadget rather than Android 10 Go, contradicting what was recommended in a document got by XDA Developers back in July. Google wouldn’t give any instances of gadgets that can get the update.

Yet, if you do happen to have a phone that can upgrade to Android 11 (Go edition) at this moment, you can try new highlights like grouped notifications from chat apps in your notifications, similar to Android 11, and allowing applications one-time permissions for things, for example, your microphone or camera. Applications will likewise dispatch 20 percent quicker than they did on Android 10 (Go edition), as per Google. What’s more, Android 11 (Go edition) includes a gesture-based navigation system you can use to swipe around the phone’s UI.

Update, 6:18 PM ET: Added explanation from Google about what sorts of gadgets are qualified for Android 11 (Go edition), however, we despite everything don’t have any instances of specific phones.

Source: https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/10/21429838/google-android-11-go-edition-devices-2gb-ram-20-percent

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