As we all know, some time ago Google just launched the latest Android version of Android 9.0 Pie and some devices like Google Pixel and Essential Phone have started receiving the update.
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Well, a few days ago Google finally launched Android 9.0 Pie (Go Edition) which is an advanced update of Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Editon) which was introduced by Google at the end of last year.
For those of you who don't know, Android Go is a new program from Google, the program It aims to create Android phones with low specs but still be able to run the latest Android version smoothly without problems. In the Android Go program, Google explained that there are 3 important things that are the foundation of this program, namely OS, Google Apps and Play Store.
Slightly different from the previous Android Go OS, through its official blog Google explained that Android 9 Pie (Go Edition) claimed to be more efficient in managing storage space. From the data disclosed by Google, on Android 9.0 Pie (Go Editon) you will be able to save internal storage on your phone around 500MB more than the Android Oreo OS (Go Edition).
But unfortunately, they (Google) do not explain whether there is an increase in the RAM performance and management sector in the latest Android Go OS. This certainly reminds TechDeal of Nokia 1 which is an Android Go phone, but the performance is fairly ordinary.
Devices that use Android OS 9.0 Pie (Go Edition) are scheduled to be available on the market around the end of 2018 and as additional information for you, currently, the Android Go OS-based cellphone has begun to be present on the market since last April. Google says that there are currently more than 200 devices with Android Go OSes in 120 countries!
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