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Android 11 (Go edition) now official, can launch apps 20 percent faster

Right after the launch of Android's stable build for Pixel devices, Google launched the Android 11 (Go edition)—the company's 2020 lightweight OS designed to power ultra-affordable handsets with 2GB RAM or lower.
Android 11 (Go edition) now official, can launch apps 20 percent faster
Android 11 (Go edition) now official

Faster and better than ever

Google claimed that the new Android 11 (Go edition) improves communication, privacy, and usability coming from Android 10 (Go edition). It now launches apps 20 percent faster, making it easier for users to switch between apps smoother.

With the expansion to 2GB RAM, Google said that there's now an additional 270MB of additional free memory to let people run three or four apps in the background. There's an additional 900MB of free storage space as well.

Google also said that the new Android 11 (Go edition) now shows all of the conversations in a dedicated space in the notification section. This means that users can now see, respond to, and manage conversations with family and friends all in one place regardless of the apps used.

The new lightweight OS also boasts new privacy enhancements that make it easier to control how and when data on your device is shared. It now has one-time permissions that grant an app access to specific sensors like microphone, camera, location, and more. And, if the user hasn't used an app for an extended period of time, app permissions will "auto-reset" and the user will get a notification.

Android 11 (Go edition) also comes with gesture-based navigation allowing its users to enjoy a bigger screen real-estate and easily navigate their phones in a few swipes.

There are now app features like the Safe Folder to protect the user's personal files.

To know more about Android 11 (Go edition), read here.
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