Android Oreo Go Edition gets Qualcomm and MediaTek support, devices to start shipping from next year

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Android Oreo Go Edition gets Qualcomm and MediaTek support, devices to start shipping from next year

Google earlier this week announced Android Oreo (Go edition), an operating system experience designed for entry-level phones. To support the search giant's initiative, Qualcomm followed with an announcement that will work with Google to produce mid and low ...

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The Snapdragon 845 wasn't the only important thing Qualcomm announced these days at its Tech Summit. The US-based company confirmed it will support Google's newly unveiled Android Oreo (Go edition). Android Oreo (Go edition) is a water down version of the standard Android Oreo operating system, specifically optimized for smartphones supporting 1GB or less of RAM. Well, Qualcomm has just announced that it's working with Google “to enable the next wave of value priced smartphones.” According to Qualcomm, mid and low-end Snapdragon chipsets will be Android Go-ready ...

Qualcomm To Support Android Oreo Go Edition

Qualcomm To Support Android Oreo Go Edition

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As well as announcing their new Snapdragon 845 processor, Qualcomm also announced that they would be supporting the new Android Oreo Go Edition that was released earlier this week. The Android Oreo Go Edition is designed to run on lower specification devices and it includes Android 8.1. “We are excited to implement Android Oreo (Go

Qualcomm announces support for Android Oreo (Go Edition)

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MediaTek processors can support Android Oreo Go edition

MediaTek processors can support Android Oreo Go edition

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We’ve been hearing about the new Android Oreo Go Edition. It will be ready for low-end and low-powered devices but will also be supported by the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. As for Qualcomm’s rival, MediaTek also just announced that it will be ready for OEMs interested in running the new Oreo edition. Specifically, the

MediaTek and Qualcomm announce chipsets for Android Oreo Go edition

MediaTek and Qualcomm announce chipsets for Android Oreo Go edition

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Both chipset makers will work closely with Google to deliver processors that are specifically optimized for the recently-announced Android Oreo Go edition.

MediaTek and Qualcomm partner with Google to provide Android Oreo (Go edition) software

MediaTek and Qualcomm partner with Google to provide Android Oreo (Go edition) software

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MediaTek one of the popular semiconductor companies has now announced that it is a System-on-Chip (SoC) partner for providing Google's AndroidTM Oreo (Go edition) software to smartphone makers. After a deep collaboration with Google, MediaTek's MT6739, MT6737, and MT6580 SoCs, among

MediaTek SoCs Are Optimized For Android Oreo (Go Edition)

MediaTek SoCs Are Optimized For Android Oreo (Go Edition)

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As most of you know by now, Google had announced Android Oreo (Go edition) for budget smartphones quite recently, and MediaTek just announced that it has become Google’s official SoC partner for Android Oreo (Go edition). Now, the Android Oreo (Go edition) is a part of Google’s Android Go project, and this version of the

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Google is partnering with Qualcomm and MediaTek for Android Go devices

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Both Qualcomm and MediaTek will be supporting Google's initiative for entry-level devices in developing markets.

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