The details of the Xiaomi Android Go phone were revealed Wednesday night. According to the report, Xiaomi will launch the Go Android phone simultaneously with Redmi 7, Redmi 7 Pro and Redmi 7A in the first half of next year. With the Android Go Phone (aka Redmi Go), Xiaomi removes the MIUI personalization interface and switches to the Android Go interface to make entry-level phones more convenient.

Like other Android Android phones in the Indian market (Nokia 1 and Samsung Galaxy J2 Core), Redmi Go is equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory. However, with this phone the company will focus on the affordable smartphones India.

Now, the Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi Go phone spotted on certification site and it is said to be Xiaomi’s first Android Go smartphone.

Courtesy Nashville Chatter, Xiaomi’s upcoming Android Go smartphone with model number M1903C3GG has received certifications by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US and Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) in Russia. The two certification sources didn’t reportedly confirm the name of the new Android Gophone. However, it is said that a Xiaomi smartphone with the name Redmi Go has surfaced on Singapore’s IMDA certification, with the same model number.

Xiaomi Redmi Go Specifications

The US FCC certification reveals some specs of the device include dual-SIM, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity. According to report, the device will have 141mm of height and 71mm of width beside a diagonal measurement of 150mm. This suggests that the device might have an 18:9 aspect ratio.

As we mentioned earlier, the Redmi Go phone will have 1GB RAM and being an Android Go phone it is likely to run on latest Android 9 Pie.

Xiaomi Redmi Go India Price

The cheapest Xiaomi phone in the Indian market today is the Redmi 6A. The Redmi 6A comes with a price tag of Rs. 5,999. Coming to the Redmi Go, there is no official information regarding the price. But in accordance with the current pricing policy of the company, Xiaomi Go Android phone could be priced at Rs. 3000.

In addition to low-level features that indicate that this phone could be very cheap and another reason for the launch of this phone might be due to the failure of other Android Go phones Nokia 1 and Samsung Galaxy J2 Core in India.

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