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Google’s Android Go will bring Oreo to low-priced devices

Google shared its plan to launch a stripped down version of Android back during Google I/O and it is finally here. In an event in New Delhi, today, the company announced Android Go which is essentially a lighter version of Android build for entry-level devices with minimal specs. This move from Google will surely pave […] Read More: Google’s Android Go will bring Oreo to low-priced dev
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