Tech gaints, Google has finally Unveiled what seems to be it’s newest release; the Android 12 (Go edition).
This OS edition has been tailored towards cheap, low-end devices that are lacking in hardware power.
Over 200 million people worldwide make use of an Android (Go edition) phone today, and the next iteration of this OS brings with it a faster, smarter, and more privacy-friendly experience, Google promises.
Android 12 (Go edition) phones will launch apps up to 30% faster compared to previous Go edition Android versions, and the animations will be smoother too.
The Android 12 SplahScreen API will be featured here too, allowing developers to give you something nice to look at while the app is loading.
The Recent Apps screen in Android 12 (Go edition) gives you options to listen to the news and translate any on-screen content into your preferred language, and we’re wondering why these features aren’t baked into the non-Go edition version of Android 12, as they seem like they would be quite useful to everyone.
Here’s a video of how it works;