Android 11 launched this week for Pixel devices and phones from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme. Now Google has detailed its counterpart for devices with low power consumption: Android 11 (Go Edition).
One of the biggest changes is that Android 11 (Go Edition) should work on devices with 2GB of RAM or less – an improvement over Android 10 (Go Edition), which was designed for devices with less than 1.5GB of RAM. However, it is unclear which devices are currently being upgraded on.
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If you currently have a phone that currently supports Android 11 (Go Edition), you can try out new features like grouped notifications from chat apps in your notifications like Android 11 and give apps one-time permissions for things like a microphone or camera. According to Google, apps are also started 20 percent faster than on Android 10 (Go Edition). And Android 11 (Go Edition) adds a gesture-based navigation system that allows you to swipe across the phone’s user interface.