Google in 2017 and has rolled out its newest project, Android Go. The project was initiated to invite a number of smartphone manufacturers to create devices with a RAM of 512 MB or 1 GB, but can still be optimally run Android smoothly.
In addition, Android Go also presented to continue the previous project, the Android One, which has now been “first class”. Yes! Now through Android One, Google is also pushing a number of smartphone manufacturers to create middle-class tools at an affordable price.
Unlike the Android One that working with the manufacturer of smartphones in terms of quality control on the hardware, via Android Go, Google just focus on doing quality control on the operating system installed.
Related to this, the recent rumors in cyberspace that the first smartphone that comes into the Go Android project is Nokia 1. Unfortunately, this information has not been confirmed officially by the Global HMD.
Talking about the design and specification of hardware that will be planted into the Nokia one, some leaks that also circulating that the smartphone is packed with HD screen. Meanwhile, the kitchen was redone using Snapdragon chipset 212.
As already mentioned, the smartphone that comes into the Go Android project will be supported with 512 MB of RAM to 1 GB. So even with the Nokia one, the smartphone is only supported by 1 GB of RAM and an internal storage capacity of 16 GB.
Talking about the design, HMD Global rumored to be packing Nokia first with plastic wrapping material. In the visible, the design of the back of Nokia’s first look similar to Nokia 2. Global HMD also insert support main camera plus LED flash and front camera.
Nokia 1 will run Android Oreo light or lite version called Android Go often called Android Oreo (Go Edition). In addition to a lightweight operating system, Google will also embed a lightweight application that given a few frills “Go”.
Not a few were predicted, this smartphone will be priced at US $ 100. Other allegations, HMD will utilize the MWC 2018 in Barcelona to introduce entry-level device’s his. So, we wait!