Photo Credit: Ard Boudeling/ Twitter
Meizu not too long ago launched its new vary of smartphones, Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Plus, and Meizu 15 Lite, with 16:9 shows, in China. All these smartphones run Flyme OS 7, a customized Android ROM with heavy customisations and several other proprietary apps and options. However, the corporate is now asserting a partnership with Google to launch Meizu’s first Android Go-based smartphone.
Global Marketing chief at Meizu, Ard Boudeling took to Twitter on Tuesday to reveal this partnership. While no particulars are talked about as of now, this can most positively be a budget-oriented smartphone contemplating Android Go is supposed to work on handsets with round 1GB of RAM and a low quantity of inbuilt storage. An Android One-based Meizu smartphone, however, is not a part of the corporate’s pipeline in 2018 at the least, as per Boudeling’s reply to a Twitter consumer.
Android Go, or Android eight.1 Oreo (Go version) as this yr’s model known as, was introduced again at Google I/O final yr with a transparent concentrate on creating an optimised software program for ultra-affordable and low-powered smartphones.
While there is no such thing as a readability on whether or not Meizu’s upcoming Android Go handset will make its means to India, Indian smartphone maker Lava has already introduced the nation’s first Android Oreo (Go Edition) based mostly smartphone – the Lava Z50. Available at an MOP (Market Operating Price) of Rs. four,400, the smartphone may be purchased successfully for Rs. 2,400 with a Rs. 2,000 cashback from Airtel.
HMD Global’s Android Go telephone, Nokia 1 is now in India at a retail worth of Rs. 5,499. The Nokia licensee model’s least expensive smartphone within the nation is offered throughout retail shops and is available in Dark Blue and Warm Red color choices.
Adapted From: Gadgets360