Once on a budget Android smartphone was not a very nice thing. Made to match the price point rather than attract customers, cheaper androids were usually poorly designed, slow and hard to use. Once upon a time. Xiaomi's recently announced Redmi Go, the company's first Android Go smartphone, hopes to change this mind.
Redmi Go uses the Android-based Android operating system for low-end phones, but at least on paper – the Redmi device isn't bad because the level devices start.
A little bit of everything
The new budget phone is equipped with a 6in 720p display powered by a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 425 quad-core CPU. Because it should be a My First Smartphone ™, only 1GB of RAM and 8GB of memory are installed. Using microSD, there are sites up to 128 GB if really, you must have all your music that is stored locally.
There is an 8MP f / 2.0 rear camera with HDR and LED flash, the front has a 5MP f / 2.2 snapper, and all used a 3000 mAh Li-ion battery. And it uses Android 8.1 version of Oreo.
Redmi Go will soon be launched for Europe with a price of 80 euros. It's about R150 for those who play a home game. We have arrived at Mobile in Africa to see if South Africa will get these hands at any time. We will update as soon as we hear either.