Google announces Android 11 Go edition for entry-level smartphones
Google on Thursday announced the Go edition of the Android 11, which was launched a few days ago. The search giant had launched the Go edition for Android in 2018 to provide a better user experience for entry-level smartphones that do not have high RAMs. The Android 11 Go edition promises a lot of interesting features that enhance the download speed and more.
The search giant claims that the latest Go edition of Android would launch apps 20% faster than the Android 10 Go edition which would make it easier for users to switch between apps without facing any issues in the smartphone.
The latest Go edition has also borrowed some features from the Android 11 that was made official a few days ago. The Android 11 Go edition will show all your messaging apps and conversations in a dedicated space. This means that users can manage their conversations without switching between apps.
Google claims that the Android 11 Go edition despite being available only for entry-level devices doesn’t compromise on the safety and privacy of the smartphones.
Sagar Kamdar, VP of Product Management, Android said “Affordability shouldn’t mean compromising privacy and security, which is why we’ve ensured that Go edition smartphones have access to the same industry-leading privacy protections as any Android device. Android 11 (Go edition) comes with new privacy enhancements that make it easier to control how and when data on your device is shared. With one-time permissions, you can grant an app access to specific sensors like your microphone, camera or location, just in that instance”.