Xiaomi has unveiled its first Android Go-powered smartphone, the Redmi Go. The Redmi Go, just like every other Android Go-powered device in the market, goes for a rather reasonable $90. It runs a stripped-down version of Android called Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition.
Android Go is a ‘lite’ version of the Android OS that is meant for use in regions where internet connectivity is limited and comes pre-installed with various ‘lite’ versions of Google applications like Maps Go, Youtube Go, Gmail Go among a bunch of others. All this is geared towards saving space and data.
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The device gets all the basics right with little else to talk about. It
It might not have any of the extra flair seen on some of its Android