March 29, 2023
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Android 13 Go released with less than 2GB RAM and cannot be upgraded

After the release of Android 13 in August this year, Google Pixel 7 series mobile phones have been pre-loaded for use, and Google also launched the Android 13 Go version for entry-level mobile phones yesterday. Android Go, which is designed for low-end phones, has been around for five years, and Google says it currently has more than 250 million active devices.

The vast majority of phones pre-loaded with the Android Go system use low-end processors, with limited RAM capacity and storage, while Android Go 11 and 12 versions require only 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. Because Android Go has very low hardware requirements, people in many developing countries can use smartphones at a lower cost, so as to connect to the Internet and bring convenience to life and study.

The newly released Android 13 Go has improved hardware requirements, requiring 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, but also introduced the Material You design of Android 13, and joined Google
New features like Play System Updates, notification permissions and language customization options. Phones that do not meet the above requirements will not be able to upgrade, and Google expects the first phones to be preloaded with the new system version to be available in 2023.

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