Google has announced Android 13 Go Edition, the latest version of Android for budget-friendly devices. He also revealed that he has no more than 250 million users of smartphones and devices powered by his Go Edition of Android.
The Go Edition of Android is essentially a stripped-down version of Android, designed to run on devices with lower specs than high-end smartphones.
When we introduced Android (Go edition) five years ago, we adjusted the core mobile platform to power affordable phones with limited memory and storage. This need is just as important today, with nearly 180 million people online in the last 12 months alone.
We also hit a milestone as we announced the release of Android 13 (Go edition). There are now over 250 million monthly active devices running Android Go.
Updating phone software requires a lot of storage space, which most entry-level devices cannot afford to lose. Android 13 (Go edition) brings Google Play system updates to Go devices so that your devices receive important software updates regularly, independent of major Android releases. This allows you to deliver critical updates quickly and easily without compromising device storage availability. As a result, your phone will always be up to date. And you don’t have to wait for the next release or the latest and greatest software push from your phone manufacturer.
You can find out more about the new Android 13 Go Edition on Google’s website at the link below.
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