Android 13 will require 2GB of RAM

Google raised the requirements so that users can have the new Android 13 operating system

Google raised the minimum technical requirements that smartphones must meet in order to update to Android 13 and load Google Mobile Services (GMS), which affects the most basic terminals, normally launched under Android Go Edition.

Android Go is a lighter version of Google’s mobile operating system, designed specifically for the most basic devices, with less than 2GB of RAM. The optimizations it includes allow you to speed up the performance of your phone and applications while saving on mobile data.

The company published the list of requirements for Android mobile devices to update to Android 13 and use GMS, as indicated by Google product expert Jason Bayton and collected by technical editor Mishaal Rahman in Twitter.

According to Bayton, the new phones will need to have at least 2GB of RAM. This requirement also applies to new devices with Android Go, which must also have a minimum internal capacity of 16GB.

This means that devices that currently have Android 12 installed but do not meet the new minimum requirements will not be able to update to Android 13.

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Source: ProfesionalReview

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