Last year, Google unveiled a simplified version of Android go, which will only be launched for entry-level handsets with less than 1GB RAM. Google hopes to further open its share in emerging markets with the system. Google has teamed up with several Indian manufacturers to launch a few 30-dollar handsets by the end of the month, according to the latest news.
In addition to the online simplified version of the operating system, Google also introduced a compatible system of the core of the original application, such as maps, YouTube and email and so on have a corresponding version.
Google has teamed up with companies like Micromax, Lava, Intex and Karbonn to launch a range of inexpensive Android go smartphones for India, according to the latest report.
Micromax’s first Android Go device is priced at around $30 trillion, which will be released by the end of this month, and other manufacturers will launch new products in the coming weeks.
These smartphones will be priced below the average price of an entry-level Android smartphone ($ 100 trillion), and its $30 pricing will attract more users to Google.
Currently, Google has not yet responded to the report, a Google official, who declined to be named, said the company would release the Android Go device in early 2018.