Google has announced the release of Android 10 Go, light version of its latest operating system. Aiming at simpler smartphones, the software promises to reduce phone memory consumption and make room for superior performance in applications that need more features, such as games. In addition, the new version promotes the inclusion of Adiantum, a data encryption tool that, unlike conventional implementations, does not undermine the system when protecting user data.
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Intended to run on devices with up to 1.5 GB of RAM, Android 10 Go also features a new version of Google Go. From now on, the app offers read-aloud with intelligence. artificial.
Also new is Google Lens support for real-time text translations. This allows Android 10 Go users to use the camera to translate board text and other written information in another language: the app identifies the text by itself and reads the words aloud, providing an interesting resource for those studying another language. .
The new edition of Google's lightweight system also features Gallery Go. The platform's photo gallery app has come up with the promise of organizing photos even offline on conventional versions of Android. Android Go users will now have access to the program in version less than 10 MB in size and which promises lightweight loading and organizing the user's photos.
Google also points out that Adiantum technology allows Android Go phones to perform essential data encryption tasks to preserve the privacy and security of user information without weighing down on the system, as the new feature circumvents the need for dedicated hardware. task and which tends to be included in more expensive handsets.
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