Android 13 Go edition launched with Material You

Since the release of Android Oreo (Go edition) five years ago, Google has released an ultralight version of Android designed to provide the best user experience for entry-level smartphones with limited hardware, particularly in memory and storage. A new version of this version for budget smartphones has just been released.

Google has now released Android 13 (Go edition), following the release of Android 13 in its standard form. The company also reports that it has reached a new milestone. More than 250 million active devices use the ultralight version of Android on a monthly basis. The new features of Android 13 (Go edition) has prioritized three crucial qualities: dependability, ease of use, and customization.

New Android 13 Go Edition features

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Updates to the software directly

Because most basic smartphones lack the storage space needed for system updates. Google Play system updates are now available for Android 13 (Go edition). This means that without compromising device storage, these devices can now receive frequent, quicker, and easier major software updates. As a result, there will be no need to wait for the manufacturer to release a system update. To keep the mobile devices updated.

Google Discover on the home screen

By simply sliding their finger to the right from their home screen, users of the new entry-level phones running Android 13 (Go edition) will be able to access Google Discover. Up until now, users had to open the Google Go app in order to view a curated list of products.

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More customization

For the first time, Material You released on Android 12 is now available on Android Go. This implies that any color scheme that blends with the wallpaper can be in use to customize the interface. There will be four corresponding color schemes available for the Go edition.

The most significant new features of Android 13 are included in Android 13 (Go edition), as was to be expected. Such as notification permissions, app language preferences, and more. According to Google, the first devices to ship with Android 13 (Go edition) out of the box will do so in 2023.

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