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If you're looking for one of the cheapest smartphones you can purchase with no strings attached, ZTE just pulled the wraps off the first Android Go phone to launch in the United States: the Tempo Go. The headlining "feature" of the smartphone will no doubt be its $79.99 price tag, which should make it attractive to consumers on a strict budget. We should note that the low price of entry also means that you won't get a specs powerhouse by any means. In fact, the specs look like something that you would have seen on an entry-level Android smartphone from a few years ago. Power comes from a Qualcomm... Read more...
Alcatel has a new Android Go device that is coming to the U.S. for people who don’t like to spend lots of cash on a smartphone. The big thing about the Alcatel 1X isn’t the performance or the specs, it's the bargain basement price tag. The 1X will sell for $100, making it perfect for those who are rough on phones and break them frequently, folks looking for a cheap device off contract, or parents looking for a first smartphone for kids. The Alcatel 1X packs a 5.3-inch screen with a meager 480 x 960 resolution and runs a MediaTek MT6739 chipset. That chipset has a quad-core CPU that... Read more...
Google last week released its first developer preview of Android O, the next-generation mobile operating system that will replace Android 7.0 Nougat as the latest and greatest in the Android camp. There has been plenty of buzz surrounding Android O, but Google also talked a little bit about Android Go at is Google I/O developers conference. There has been some confusion about Android Go, including what exactly it is and why you might care. Let's clear things up, shall we? First and foremost, Android Go is not a new operating system. Sameer Samat, VP of Product Management for Android and Google... Read more...