Micromax Bharat Go and Lava Z50 Android Go First Impressions


While the past few years have brought about an immense improvement in the quality and capabilities of low-cost smartphones, there are still millions of people around the world who simply cannot afford them. There’s a huge appetite for data and voice connectivity in India and many other parts of the world, and ultra-low-cost devices such as the Jio Phone are serving those who don’t want to be left out.

Google’s answer to that is the Android Go initiative, which strips back the Android operating system and several of Google’s apps to allow them to run on extremely limited, low-cost hardware. Go apps are optimised for storage, performance, security, and mobile data consumption.

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