During the I/O keynote of this year, Google made lots of announcements and even launched Assistant on iOS-running devices. In addition, Google debuted the Android O beta program and introduced Android Go.
Android Go is a new Google initiative that’s aimed at entry-level Android smartphones, allowing them to conduct processes easier and run various applications faster. The smartphones that Google is targeting with Android Go have 1GB or less of memory, and normally run applications in a slower pace. The System UI and kernel will be able to run with just 512MB of memory.
Google stated that Android Go will address users who have limited data connectivity and speak multiple languages, while their phones don’t support conducting tasks that would require lots of resources.