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The Galaxy A2 Core, allegedly depicted in the render attached, is going to be Samsung's next Android Go phone, to be unveiled soon.
The advent of Android Go software for lightweight smartphones and Google's mandate on coupling them together has made the update difficult.
The Nokia 9 PureView gave us a clear look at a true flagship from HMD Global, but the Nokia 4.2 and others represent its roots.
At $70, you're getting stereo speakers, a software update promise and solid industrial design with the battery endurance to last.
The Redmi Go is Xiaomi's first Android Go smartphone. As you'd expect, it features modest specs, but it also has a killer price tag.
It looks like a sequel to Nokia's most basic Android phone may be coming our way, perhaps in time for MWC 2019.
It's an $80 phone with lightweight Android, a big screen, two cameras and a fingerprint sensor. Not much else you can ask for at that price.
It's still the same file manager app, but it's long outgrown its original purpose. 50 million downloads outgrown. So, it's getting a new name.
While Google was silent so far about the sales of smartphones running Android Go, we might get a vague indication of how many are out there.
TCL's BlackBerry Mobile may have taken the most attention at IFA 2018 for the company, but Alcatel is still chuggin' at it.
TCL has added another option at the budget end of its phone offerings and it is as bare bones as it can get. But is it worth $80?
What can you expect from a sub-$100 phone? Check out the Galaxy J2 Core, Samsung's first Android Go smartphone, as it gets official.
Lightweight, catered and yet comfy. Android Pie (Go) edition will bring a few more megabytes of space to users' disks.
At $110, the ASUS ZenFone Live (L1) is a steal. It's a new Android Go-phone available today at Best Buy. Check out its features and specs.
The fast-approaching Samsung Galaxy J2 Core seems set to run a rather bizarre mix of Android Go and the company's proprietary sofware.
TCL introduced us to the Alcatel 1X earlier this year with what we thought was the most basic setup with modern trimmings you can get in 2018. Well, this.
Officially priced at $99.99, the entry-level Alcatel 1X combines Google's Android Oreo (Go edition) software optimizations with a trendy screen and generous 16GB internal storage.
The new Nokia 2 carries on the original's mission of two-day battery life with new hardware and a better multimedia experience at a low price.
Low-end devices can run contemporary software out the box, as proven by several recent Android Oreo (Go Edition) releases, including the all-new Huawei Y3 2018.
There's a standard version with 2GB of RAM and then there's an Android Go version — compact, cleaner and snappy. And all of this for about $100.
Samsung continues to expand the popular budget-friendly Galaxy J smartphone family, with the J2 2018 officially unveiled in India, and a J2 Core likely in the pipeline running Android Oreo (Go Edition) software.
The high-end Nokia 8 Sirocco, upper mid-range 7 Plus, budget-friendly new Nokia 6, and entry-level Nokia 1 are all coming to India in the next few weeks.
Priced at a measly $79.99, the ZTE Tempo Go is the first Android Go smartphone powered by a Snapdragon processor, and also the first you can actually buy in the US starting today.