As Google is officially pushing out Android 9 pie stable version update, they never let Android (Go edition) users down as the Android 9 pie stable Go edition is successfully coming to all Android Go eligible smartphones according to Google statement. The latest update brings major features such as a boost to internal storage, faster boot times, security features like verified boot, and a dashboard to monitor data consumption.
Google also stated that the first devices with Android Pie (Go edition) will hit shelves later this Fall, however exact dates of the arrival have not been mentioned. Existing smartphones that run Android Oreo (Go edition) are expected to get the major software update sometime later this year or early next year. These include phones like the Nokia 1, Lava Z50, Micromax Bharat Go, and the Spice F311.
The features coming to these budget smartphones with Android 9 Pie (Go edition) include faster boot times, verified boot, and an accessible dashboard for data tracking. The update will come with fewer preloaded apps and newer apps that are lighter. It will also have security features such as Find My Device built-in, and offline app install scans.
However, the weight of the Android 9 pie (Go Edition) update is roughly 500mb storage.