Google has shared more information about the Go version of Android 12. The new version of Android Go should ensure that apps can start faster and that the phone’s battery lasts longer.
In a blog post, Google explains what we can do anticipation Android 12 Go when it ships on budget smartphones next year. Android Go was first released in 2017 for Android 8.1. It is a lighter version of Google’s smartphone operating system, and it targets the budget segment of Android smartphones.
Google claims that Android 12 Go makes apps start 30 percent faster than Android 11 Go. Additionally, Google provides a SplashScreen API, so developers can show something to app users if they have to wait a while for the app to load.
Moreover, the battery life with Android 12 Go should be greatly improved. Putting apps to sleep more quickly when they are not in use helps smartphones use less capabilities. Moreover, Google is adding the ability to share apps with other nearby Android users. Also, Android 12 Go gets the privacy dashboard that was introduced with Android 12.
In addition to Android 12 Go, an Android 12 release targeting devices with large screens has also been announced. in October Foot Google is planning Android 12L and now there’s also one beta Available for Pixel phones.
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