Google's next Android overhaul is said to embrace iPhone 'notch'

Google's next Android overhaul is said to embrace iPhone 'notch'

Google's next Android overhaul is said to embrace iPhone 'notch'

Google has come up with a good news for all smartphone users with below 1GB RAM in India. Gmail Go app is now available in India and can be downloaded from Google Play Store.

Similar to the iPhone X, Android smartphone manufacturers will reportedly place cameras and other sensors in the new cutouts. The interface looks largely similar to the original app, with the most visible change being in the "user profile" section that now sits on top of the title bar and does not display your profile picture and background image like that on the regular Gmail app.

In developing nations, the Android Go is going to get popular due to potential of vast low end phone markets.

Google is releasing new compact versions of their services in terms of redesigned apps for the users of Android Go operating system.

Google's next Android overhaul is said to embrace iPhone 'notch'

However, the smartphone released with Android 7.1.1 Nougat, which is not optimized for the top-notch design. The size of the app, as reported by Android Police goes up to 24.80MB as opposed to 47.28MB for the regular app. The app package itself comes in at a slim 9.51 MB-compared to about 20 MB for the normal app-and should also take up less space once installed. Google has just launched a new lighter and faster version of the Gmail app called Gmail Go.

The Gmail Go app has a feature that can block spam even before it enters your inbox.

Interestingly, Gmail Go also features Search box to search for the email within the Inbox. It basically keeps you away from spam emails and in turn, your account stays safe and clutter free. Despite its lightweight build, the Gmail Go app provides you with an advanced inbox that categorises social and promotional emails under different tabs to help you focus on important messages first.

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