Back at I/O 2017 developer conference, Google officially introduced the Android Go initiative for entry-level Android devices that have 1GB or less RAM. It was then renamed to Android Oreo (Go Edition).
Today, Google via a blog post – source link provided below – officially confirmed that they’d be launching first set of Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphones at the MWC 2018 in Barcelona next week. The phones will cost less than $50 (Rs. 3250 approx). Alongside new Android One edition phones will also be announced.
The company has already started tailoring the apps for the Go Edition smartphones. YouTube, Gboard, Google Assitant have already been tailored and lately, the new app which makes it to the list was Gmail Go.
The blog post also says that we will be able to see the growing industry momentum around RCS, and the company we’ll be showcasing the latest from Google Assistant and Lens.
Stay tuned for more!