Google arise “Go Edition” of AI-packed Android 9 Pie for entry-level phones

Google arise “Go Edition” of AI-packed Android 9 Pie for entry-level phones

SAN FRANCISCO: Google has arise a “Go Edition” of its newly launched Artificial Intelligence (AI)-packed Android 9 Pie with extra storage, quicker boot time, better security and more to bring improvements to entry-level phones.

The “Go Edition” brings a fully redesigned set of Google apps, which are exclusively built to serve the needs of first-time SmartPhone owners.

“With an extra 500MB storage, Android 9 Pie (Go Edition) also comes with features like the verified boot and a reachable dashboard for tracking and monitoring data expenditure,” Sagar Kamdar, Director of Product Management, Android wrote in a blog post on Wednesday.

“We welcomed our first wave of Android (Go edition) phones this April, and now there are more than 200 devices available in 120+ countries including India, South Africa, U.S., Nigeria and Brazil,” Kamdar added.

Android 9 Pie is now available on Google’s Pixel phones and the Essential Phone followed by Motorola, which plans to ship Pie to many of its flagships this fall.

“A core part of these apps include exclusive features, like free downloading in YouTube Go, that aren’t found in the standard app,” Kamdar added.

Google launched Android 9 Pie previous in August that uses AI to predict how users would like to know their devices while offering a smoother navigation system and features like “Adaptive Battery” which learns the apps users use most and prioritizes battery for them.

Devices that participated in the P Beta programmed — Sony Mobile, Xiaomi, HMD Global, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus and all other qualifying Android One devices — would receive this update by the end of this year.

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