Android Go
Android Go

Google is moving fast with its innovative ways, providing a variety of products that its customers can try out.

Back in high school, I was using a clunky Android version on my first Smarphone, a Huawei low end piece.

As of February 2018, Google released a new Android version dubbed Android Oreo (Go Edition).

The tech company now has three editions of the OS, the others being Android One and Android Oreo. Just to make sure that you do not get lost, there is only one Android OS with several configurations.

The Go Edition is meant to run on entry-level devices. It has been stripp off unnecessary baggage for a leaner feel. It is capable of running on devices with 1G of storage and less. So, you will not have to worry about getting those annoying “low memory” messages now and then.

This version also has the data saver feature which helps users living in localities where internet access is expensive. It does this by restricting and controlling background data access.

Several Smartphone manufacturers have embraced the OS, including ZTE, Alcatel and HMD (the current creators of the Nokia brand).

Whichever brand you select, be assured that you will love the OS.

For Nokia 1, which is one of my favorite brands by the way, it comes with variety of to-die for features at an affordable price.

It has an expandable memory slot of upto 128GB, has multi touch capability, internal memory of 8GB and 1GB RAM, pays videos at 480p, rocks a HTML5 broswer, has standby time of up to 360hrs, and has a primary camera of 5MP. It costs just sh 7,999 and I totally recommend it.

Nokia 1 Android Go
Nokia 1 Android Go