Google has introduced Android 13 (Go Edition) for budget phones.
For this, at least 2GB of RAM will be required in the device.
Support for Google Play system updates is available in Android 13 Go.
New Delhi. Google has announced Android 13 (Go Edition) for affordable smartphones. The new version of Android Go OS has come with some major changes and it will provide a better experience to the users. Earlier the company introduced Android 13 OS. In this, interesting updates and many new features were given for ‘Go Devices’. The company has released Android 13 (Go Edition) operating system for such budget smartphones, which come with limited features.
The tech giant has said that over 250 million (250 million) monthly active devices use the Android Go operating system. Let’s say go edition budget The smartphone ensures the updates received on the Google Play system. Google says that the device should have at least 2GB of RAM for Android 13 (Go Edition).
Features of Android 13 (Go edition)
The latest version of Android Go claims to give users more usability and customization options. Google has added the Material U theme in the new Android 13 (Go Edition), which will allow users to customize their wallpaper with the color of the phone. In this, users will get four color schemes to choose from.
According to the screenshot shared by Google, the new theme on the lock screen and quick settings looks like a Pixel phone. Android 13 (Go Edition) will also add Discover feature to the budget phone. This feature will be available on the home screen just like it is on regular Android powered smartphones. Apart from the new theme, Google has also added some features of Android 13 in the Go version. These include notification permissions and app language.
Google Play System Update Support
Android 13 Go also comes with support for Google Play system updates, which will keep the device updated without any major Android releases. This will eliminate critical bugs as well as security issues on the Google platform.
FIRST PUBLISHED : October 21, 2022, 08:36 AM IST