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    Google discusses Android O and Android Go at I/O 2017

    Meanwhile it celebrates that 2 billion monthly Android devices are active.
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    Re: Google discusses Android O and Android Go at I/O 2017

    Be nice if Go is offered to, say, the Nexus 5 and similar devices. If so then I would actually take the risk of replacing the battery on my wife's phone (as it's a bit lame now) and sticking Go on it so it stays more up to date.

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    Re: Google discusses Android O and Android Go at I/O 2017

    if they are redesigning apps to be "using less memory, storage space, and/or mobile data" then why can't they do this for the core app experience?
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