Today, Google officially launched Android 11 Go, a version of the system aimed at lower-priced models that allows apps to start up 20 percent faster.
One of the highlights of Android 11 Go is that it can run on devices with 2 GB or less RAM, which is an improvement over Android 10 (Go), which works with devices with less than 1.5 GB of RAM.
In addition, Google indicates that it is also up to OEM to decide whether to install Android 11 Go instead of Android 10 Go on the device, which contradicts the recommendations of the XDA developers in the documentation obtained in July. Google does not provide an example of a device that can fetch updates.
Google also says that Android 11 Go apps will be released 20% faster than Android 10 (Go). Android 11 (Go) adds a gesture-based navigation system that can be used to slide around the phone’s UI. Android 11 Go also allows users to grant one-time access to specific sensors, such as microphones, cameras, and so on.