Back in August, Google officially released the Android 13 OS, and now the tech giant has unveiled the Android 13 (Go edition) for entry-level Android phones. Google has focused on three things, like reliability, usability, and customization, in order to improve the performance of the Go edition.

Android 13 Go edition

The Android 13 (Go edition) is meant for Android devices with 2 GB of RAM. It brings Material You design for the first time on Go edition devices. While setting a wallpaper on a device running on operating system, users will see four color schemes. However, it does not offer the animations that are available on the full edition of Android 13 OS.

The latest Go edition features the Google Discover feature. Users can simply swipe right on the homescreen to view a curated list of articles and other content.

Google Play System Updates are built into the new version of Android Go. This makes it possible to get important software updates (not Android OS upgrades) quickly, without having to wait for the device manufacturer to release them. According to Google, it will not take up storage space on the device.

Android 13 Go edition customization
Android 13 Go edition customization

Aside from these features, Android 13 (Go edition) comes with other important Android 13 features like the ability to allow notifications, choose the language of apps, and more.

The OS is made for devices with 16 GB or less of storage and less than 2 GB of RAM. Phones running on Android 13 (Go edition) will be released in 2023. Google claims that there are now over 250 million monthly active Android Go devices.


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