Samsung has revealed its first smartphone created specifically for Android Go, Google’s stripped-down mobile OS. The Korean manufacturer has been making affordable phones for a long time, and they’ve been doing quite well in developing markets where they’re being sold. It’s really no surprise that it has conjured up a Go phone of its own — this could even be the first of many. The Samsung Galaxy J2 Core comes pre-loaded with apps tweaked for the platform. It’s not entirely clear which apps those are, but Google already released several Go-optimized applications, including scaled-down versions of the Google app, Assistant, YouTube, Gboard, Chrome, Maps, Files, Gmail and Google Play.
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It’s apparently already been pretty successful, with Angry Birds developer Rovio saying it’d seen a “70 percent lift in day seven return on ad spend,” during early tests. All that to say, people are responding positively to the feature. The functionality is rolling out to all advertisers starting today, so you can expect to see […]
Under the terms of the settlement, Qualcomm can continue setting licensing fees based on the price of a device that uses its IPs and not just the price of particular components. However, the company is also required to comply with a set of demands and requirements. To start with, it has to expand its investments […]