Xiaomi Redmi Go: The Chinese manufacturer would in turn adopt Android Go

After receiving a certification from the US and Russian, without really confirming the identity of the brand and model, a Xiaomi Redmi should indeed be released under the light version of the mobile OS belonging to Google, Android Go.
Xiaomi Redmi 6
Introduced on the occasion of the Google I / O 2017, the lite version of the Android operating system, called Android Go by its creator, has since made its merry way. Designed for smartphones whose performance is more modest and optimized for terminals with at least 1 GB of RAM, Go has already attracted several manufacturers around the world.
A certified model name, but until then mysterious
During the year 2017 and 2018, renowned manufacturers have marketed their mobile entry-level Android Go. The Asus ZenFone Live L1, the Nokia 1, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core or the Archos Access 57 have for example all married this modified version of Google's software. At its side, applications are also cut for this type of experience, such as Gmail Go, Maps Go and Go Assistant. You can test them at this address.
Xiaomi, though the origin of several entry-level mobile phones, was missing. A delay soon filled with the latest information published by Nashville Chatter Class, and relayed by GSM Arena. A few weeks after receiving a certification from the US and Russian, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission), the model name M1903C3GG has finally appeared under another name.
Features for Android Go
This time around the IMDA Singapore to host a certain Redmi Go of the Chinese brand, still under the same name above. Which would make it, in short, the first Xiaomi smartphone equipped with Android Go. It would also include a dual-sim, Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 4.2, but also a screen of 5, 9 inches HD at the ratio of 18: 9, a single rear camera and, above all, a 1 GB of RAM, like most Android phones Go. As for its launch, it will logically wait until the year 2019.
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