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    Google GMS will no longer support 2GB RAM device on Android 13 or later

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    Google has finally updated the minimum hardware requirements that devices must meet to bundle Google Mobile Services (GMS). From now on, the company requires other OEMs to release a minimum of 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

    Presently, the company also requires all new Android Go devices to have at least 16GB of storage. However, the Android Go was only launched for Android devices with less than 2GB RAM and 16GB storage but now things change and now it required at least 2GB and 16GB RAM/ROM to operate.

    As per Android Enterprise expert Jason Bayton (via Mishaal Rahman), the smartphone company can no further preload GMS on upcoming Android devices with less than 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

    According to XDA Developers, the company isn’t the first time preventing OEMs from preloading GMS on low RAM smartphones. Google announced that the devices with less than 512GB RAM would no longer qualify for preloading GMS as declared by the company at the Android 11 launch back in 2020.

    If Android OEMs want their smartphones to support GMS then have to offer a minimum of 2GB RAM and 16GB storage if they wish to bundle GMS on devices running Android 13 or later. However, smartphones running Android 12 or lower can easily run the GMS on less than 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

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