Here's how Android Oreo 'Go Edition' will power low-end smartphones

Here's how Android Oreo 'Go Edition' will power low-end smartphones

Here's how Android Oreo 'Go Edition' will power low-end smartphones

Today, MediaTek is announcing a new partnership with Google to deliver optimized SoCs for Google's new Android Oreo Go Edition.

The Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) update optimizes the hardware-software combination to perform even with 40% less RAM usage.

Qualcomm unveiled that the Snapdragon mobile platforms will soon power Windows-based laptops and teased that the next flagship chipset will indeed be called Snapdragon 845. Android Oreo (Go edition) delivers an optimized Android user experience key for emerging regions where lower bill of materials costs are especially attractive, as well as in established regions for pre-paid and lifeline uses. We don't yet know exactly when each device will be updating, but at least if you've got an Android Wear watch, at least you now know that Oreo is starting to make its way to smartwatches and that you should keep an eye out for your update. While it's likely to remain largely irrelevant in markets like the USA, it will undoubtedly play an important role in emerging regions.

Low-end smartphones running Android Oreo Go will also come with Google's "data saver" feature turned on by default.

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Qualcomm says that it's now working with Google to deliver an optimized experience for smartphones that come with 1 GB or less of memory.

Fortunately, Qualcomm isn't the only company who is willing to collaborate with Google on its ambitious plan to improve the Android experience on less powerful phones.

Android Oreo is starting its rollout to Android Wear devices. While the latest Android update brings refinement to existing features, it will also give support for Android Oreo (Go Edition) for entry-level devices.

Android Go ships with a rebuilt set of Google's popular apps and a version of Google Play that highlights apps created to work best on smartphones with 1GB or less of RAM. Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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