9#TechNews-Oreo Go Edition, Jio-Google Assistant, Go Apps, Honor V10

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1)Andriod Oreo Go Edition




After its brief introduction at Google I/O earlier this year, Google has now officially launched Android Go. Android Go is a lightweight version of Android Oreo, comprised of three, optimized areas: the operating system, the Google Play Store, and the Google apps. Android Go is available now for OEMs and we expect to see the first lineup of devices running the software to appear in the coming months.The OS itself is based on Android Oreo but it’s built to run on smartphones with 1 GB of RAM or less. Like the OS, Google has also developed apps to make better use of the device’s memory. Google Assistant will also be able to run on phones with 1 GB of RAM or less for the first time ever as Google Assistant Go.Meanwhile, Google has also introduced a couple of new apps specifically for Android Go: Google Go and Files Go.

2)Google 'Go Edition'




Google launched Android Go yesterday, its new system primed for devices in emerging markets. This comprises a version of Android Oreo optimized for low-tier hardware, a revamped Play Store, and dedicated apps — several of which Google has already discussed.These apps are designed for devices with lower storage and RAM and are built to make better use of mobile data. The specific Google-developed apps we know to have been associated with Android Go so far are:

  • Files Go
  • Gmail Go
  • Google Play
  • Youtube Go
  • Google Go
  • Google Maps Go
  • Google Assistant Go
  • Gboard
  • Chrome

3)Honor V10 and 7X




Huewai sub-brand Honor has launched its two new smartphones-Honor View 10(V10) and Honor 7X for US,Europe and India.They re-unveiled the two phones at an event early today held in London, UK. Last month in China, in an event Honor launched these two smartphones. As the news says, it will be available in Midnight Black and Navy Blue.A 5.99" LCD display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and 1080*2160 resolution packs Huawei’s octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC backed by 6 RAM and 128 GB expandable storage.

4)Google Tez




Google has announced that its digital payments app, Google Tez, has hit a number of major milestones. At an event held in New Dehli, the search giant revealed that Tez will pass 12 million active users in India within the coming days. In addition, National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) data suggests that Tez accounted for 70% of all UPI transactions between October and November. Google is also rolling out a bill payments feature that will let Tez users fetch and pay for household and utility bills from major suppliers like Airtel, DishTV, Tata Power, ACT Fibernet, DoCoMo.

5)Jio Phone


At the Google for India event in Delhi, Google come up with some of the new features and initiatives designed for India, one of them being Go version of Android Oreo. Now, it has taken a step for those who still use feature phones and don't run Android, but do feature Internet Connectivity. So Google is bringing its Assistant(with Hindi voice support) to feature phones starting with the Reliance Jio Phone. It’s not clear yet if Google is working with other feature phone makers as well (Nokia might be a good candidate).

6)Samsung 512GB memory chips

Samsung has announced its first ever 512GB Embedded Universal Flash Storage(eUFS).The chip consists of eight 64-layer 512GB V-NAND chips and a controller chip.It doubles the density of Samsung’s previous 48-layer 256 eUFS chips and takes up the same amount of space. According to numbers supplied by Samsung, read/write performance is impressive. Sequential read speeds reach as high as 860 MB/s and write speeds are up to 255 MB/s. Samsung says that the chips will transfer a 5 GB video clip to an SSD in about six seconds. That’s eight times faster than a typical microSD card. The new eUFS can also read 42,000 IOPS and write 40,000 IOPS for random operations, which is about 400 times faster than a microSD card. 

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