So Google just announced an upcoming innovation called Android Go, which will be a branch, sort of, of the next version of Android. It's meant for low-end devices that don't have the power or storage of phones like my Nexus 6P or tablets like my Pixel C.
Sounds nice, right? I still have a Nexus 5 and a couple of older tablets lying around that might benefit from being able to run a lite version of the latest Android operating system -- they've all been dropped from the update schedule and are stuck with past versions of Android.
Well, apparently not. It reads as if the devices Go is meant for, are new lines that will begin to ship next year.