Android Go Stories February 24

Following a full day of phone announcements from Barcelona, Google is outlining its Android presence at MWC 2019. This includes Android Foldables and 5G, as well as Rich Communication Services (RCS) adoption and Digital Wellbeing officially expanding beyond Pixel and Android One.

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Nokia 1 Plus goes official w/ Android 9 Pie Go Edition, removable cover, costs just $99

Nokia’s affordable Android smartphones have made waves for the company, and today ahead of MWC 2019, the Nokia 1 Plus has gone official. Here’s what you need to know about the company’s new Android 9 Pie Go Edition smartphone.

Android Go Stories November 9, 2018

Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the company’s second Android Go device w/ better specs

With Android Go, smartphone makers have the ability to launch devices that hit extremely low prices thanks to lower requirements. Today, Samsung is launching its second Android Go device with the Galaxy J4 Core, and it gives users a slight spec upgrade compared to other Android Go devices.

Android Go Stories October 24, 2018

Blu announces Vivo Go, the first Android Pie Go edition phone

Despite being seemingly targeted at developing markets, Android Go is slowly making in-roads to the American market. Blu has announced that its newest phone for the US, the Vivo Go, is based on Android Go, and is our first example of Android Pie Go edition.

Android Go Stories September 20, 2018

Motorola has gone through a shift in priorities since being taken over by Lenovo, but that hasn’t stopped their popular budget lines from getting steady improvements before, during, and after this transition process. The lynchpin of their entire budget line, the Moto E5 — Standard, Play and Plus — play a pivotal role in the Android ecosystem thanks, in part, to their sheer affordability…

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Android Go Stories August 24, 2018

Samsung announces its first Android Go phone w/ Galaxy J2 Core

Compared to the original vision for Android One, Google has had more success getting manufacturers to adopt Android Go. As rumored earlier this year, Samsung is now the latest company to launch a device running an optimized version of Android better suited for lower-end hardware.

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