Google has unveiled an updated version of its Android (Go Edition) mobile operating system for entry-level phones based on Android 10. Android 10 (Go Edition), the latest iteration of Android (Go Edition) claims to provide a more fluid multitasking experience, all while making the entire user experience more reliable and faster. Google claims to carry the security aspect in Android 10 (Go Edition) in such a way that the performance of the devices is not affected. Android 10 (Go Edition) will be out this fall, but there is no word about the brands that will launch the first wave of Android 10 (Go Edition) phones.
Sagar Kamdar, Director of Product Management (Android) at Google, wrote in a blog post that Android 10 (Go Edition) aims to further improve the experience for entry-level phone users. It is claimed to be faster than its previous iteration based on Android Pie, and will let users switch between apps at a faster speed and in a more memory-efficient way. In particular, Google claims that app launch speed has increased 10 percent with Android 10 (Go version).
Google has also mentioned that Android 10 (Go Edition) employs Adiantum a new encryption format that is tailor-made for entry-level devices to secure their data without affecting device performance.