Android 11 just launched this week for Pixel devices and phones from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme, and now Google has expanded its counterpart designed for low-power devices: Android 11 (Go Edition) Have given.
One of the biggest new features is that Android 11 (Go version) should work on devices with 2 GB RAM or less – a bump from Android 10 (Go version), for devices with less than 1.5 GB of RAM. Was made But it is not clear which devices will get the upgrade right now.
We asked Google repeatedly, but it would not give us a clear answer. company did Android 11 (Go version) will work with “memory up to 2 GB with all devices” sometime next month, but it is unclear whether it is a subset of new devices, older devices, or Go-specific devices. (It’s not coming for the original G1 and the Motorola Droid, okay?) This may just be the future Android phones you buy with 2GB of RAM or less. Expected To run Android 11 (Go version), as documented by Xda developers Suggested in July.
If you have a phone that currently supports Android 11 (Go version), you can try out new features in your notifications by allowing chat groups to group things like Android 11, and apps for one-time permissions like things As your microphone or camera. According to Google the apps will launch 20 percent faster on Android 10 (Go version). And Android 11 (Go Edition) adds a gesture-based navigation system that you can use to swipe around the phone’s UI.