Google has officially presented Android 13 (Go edition) — a new version of Android Go, a “simplified” Android distribution aimed at low- and budget-class smartphones.
It works on smartphones with 2 GB of RAM, uses less mobile data, has redesigned Google Play services for work on weak platforms and offers the user more “light” applications in the Google Play Market.
Android 13 (Go edition) introduces the unified Material You design for the first time for the Go version of the system, which allows users to personalize the smartphone with variable color schemes and “coordinate” them with their own wallpapers.
In addition, the new version implements updates to the Google Play system, thanks to which Go smartphones will be able to regularly receive important software updates “outside” the key Android releases.
Also, Android 13 (Go edition) received a new Discover function — swiping to the right on the home screen displays a list of recommended articles and other content.