The Mobile World Congress (MWC) event is around the corner, and like every smartphone lover, I’m also excited about the event. As we can able to see many new devices at the event, and many Smartphone brands already confirmed to bring surprises and multiple devices. Well, now the Mountain View company is adding fuel Into the fire as the company promises to unveil first Android Oreo (Go edition) device at the MWC event.
In A blog Google promises to unveil their first Android (Go edition) smartphone at the MWC event, and the company also says that the device will be available for purchase soon after the official launch. If you are unaware about the (Go edition) operating system of Google, then the company launched it in last month of the last year, and it is meant for the devices which have low-end specifications, or in other words, the operating system is designed for the entry-level Android Smartphones which have 1 GB RAM or less.
The operating system is the lighter version of Android Oreo, and the OS also has all the Lite version of the popular applications such as Gmail, YouTube, Maps and more. Moreover, the operating system will also come with the company’s digital assistant called Google Assistant. And it will also a slimmer version, which means the digital assistant will not be heavier like the regular app and it will be called Google Assistant Go.
So, let’s wait for official launch of the Android (Go edition) smartphone.