At this modern technology, 90 per cent of the phone has an onboard with a crazy amount of RAM, often hitting double numbers. Some of the lowest-priced models, though, can sometimes skirt the bare minimums. According to a recent statement by Google, it necessary to all Android phones have at least 2 GB RAM which is starting after this year.
Leaked Android documents reported by XDA reveal that Google is going to making some changes to low RAM smartphones or devices starting with Android 11. Starting in Q4 of 2020, all Android devices that launching with Android 10 or Android 11 required to have at least 2 GB RAM.
So, what is going to occur if companies produce a phone which is 2GB or less than 2 GB of RAM? At that time, the system is taken into account an Android Go smartphone and should be bought and marketed as such. This is applicable to any system launching with Android 11 in addition to any Android 10 gadget that’s launched after This fall 2020. Present gadgets available on the market with 2GB or much less of RAM won’t need to be switched to Android Go however can stay “standard” Android system.
According to Google leaked reports, “Beginning with Android 11, devices with 512MB RAM (including upgrades) are not qualified for preloading GMS. All new PRODUCTS launching with Android 11, if they have 2GB RAM or less, MUST return true for activity Manager.isLowRamDevice() API, and launch as an Android Go device.
Starting in Q4 2020, all new device launching with Android 10, if they have 2GB RAM or less, MUST return true for ActivityManager.
Previously launched 2GB RAM devices in standard GMS configuration COULD NOT convert to Android Go configuration via Mrs or letter upgrades. They will remain standard Android”
Google will be compulsory for the minimum in terms of RAM of Android GO. However, these devices were previously acceptable minimum with just 512 MB of RAM, But now, Google requires at least 1GB for OEMs to pre-install Google apps.