Google seems to be drawing new horizons for Android Go — a lighter version of the operating system for phones with basic hardware. As discovered by 9to5Google last Saturday (23), big tech changed the name of the application “Camera Go” to “Camera from Google” and changed its logo.
The Play Store shows the app’s new name on its listing, in addition to displaying a icon much more like the version found in the original build from Android. Despite the similarities, both remain different applications.
This is the second title that loses the “Go” nomenclature. In May, we found out that the “Gallery Go” app was also named identically to its original version. Such clues indicate that Google is preparing news for Android Go, whose latest version is Android 12 (Go Edition).
What’s more, YouTube Go — another app in the “Go” ecosystem — will be officially discontinued in August 2022. Google said the original video streaming app received a number of optimizations that made it lighter to run and even mobile-friendly. cheapest on the market.
Android 13 is slated for a stable release in mid-August. Shortly after exiting the beta phase, its “Go” version should be made available for eligible smartphones. According to Google, the idea is to make cell phones with up to 2 GB of RAM perform tasks with maximum fluidity and minimal data consumption.
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