Google wants to make sure everyone can access Android, even those who can’t afford fancy phones.
The company announced today that Android Oreo (Go Edition) will be launching alongside Android 8.1. The new operating system is optimized for entry-level smartphones — small, often prepaid phones like the Samsung Galaxy J3, the Motorola MOTO G, or Apple’s iPhone SE, which can sell for less than $400.
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There are currently more Android users in India than there are in the U.S., according to Google, and the company has its sights set on the “billions more” who don’t yet have access. Read more…
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