December 9, 2017 IBOMLLC Team

Google and MediaTek wants to improve performance of entry-level smartphones

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Google and MediaTek have partnered to jointly come up with affordable smartphones that though are entry-level devices, still perform well.

Perhaps you have personally experienced this; the cheaper the smartphone, the poor its performance. The biggest pain points with entry-devices are the limited processing power and storage space. Google and MediaTek want entry-level smartphone have at the very least average performance levels and give you the power to control the data usage. The duo wants smartphones with at least 512MB to 1GB RAM not be so painstaking to use yet affordable for everyone.

On its part, Google has optimized Android Oreo (Go edition) by tweaking first-party apps and Google Play Store to run faster and smoothly even entry-level devices. The Go-edition of Android Oreo leverages on existing Google Play Store ecosystem to run apps smoothly even on low-memory devices.

Sameer Samat, the VP of Product Management, Android & Google Play said, “Entry-level devices are the gateway to the internet for many people, and we want to make sure everyone has a great experience when they use these devices. We’re excited that Android Oreo (Go edition) will significantly improve …read more

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