It costs just $79.99.
To coincide with the launch of Android 9 Pie last week, Google today released a blog post which details the latest edition of Android Go. Called Pie (Go edition), the latest operating system for low-end hardware aims to provide an even more efficient experience for devices with budget prices and Continue Reading
You can swap its back, too.
It’s only gonna cost $80 when it launches.
We already told you the first wave of Android Go phones would arrive at MWC 2018, and now we’re getting an initial look at the very first device that’s a part of it. Called the 1X, it’s Alcatel’s newest super low-end smartphone that will only cost €100 when it launches. The Continue Reading
Last year during I/O 2017, Google unveiled a lighter version of the Android operating system called Android Go. It’s built for lower-end devices such as those with 512MB or 1GB of RAM and slower processors in order to deliver a smoother and improved experience over standard Android. Then, it wasn’t Continue Reading
After initially unveiling it back at I/O 2017, Google today officially launched Android Go based on Oreo 8.1. The operating system is targeted at lower-end devices as an option OEMs can opt for to achieve a cleaner, smoother, and faster experience on their cheaper hardware. Budget phones around the $100 Continue Reading
Following today’s new about Android O during I/O 2017, Google also debuted something called Android Go. Go is essentially a lightweight, baby version of Android that works on devices with ultra-budget specs. All versions of Android starting with O will feature a Go version built for lighter-weight devices. Essentially, Go Continue Reading