First cheap Android Oreo (Go edition) phones will be unveiled at MWC alongside more Android One handsets

Google has revealed that the first smartphones running Android Oreo (Go edition) will become official at MWC next week. The company hasn’t named any of the upcoming products, but mentions that some of them will sell for less than $ 50, which is rather amazing if it pans out (and there are no caveats). Android Oreo (Go edition) is the version of the OS that’s specially optimized for low-end hardware. It’s a streamlined iteration of Android, which ships with optimized default apps and an optimized variant of the Play Store that highlights lightweight apps. Google tells us to expect 15% faster… – Latest articles

First Android Oreo (Go edition) phones, new Android One phones will be announced at MWC 2018 confirms Google

Google announced Android Go back in May last year for low-cost Android devices that have 512MB to 1GB of RAM, and later in December it was renamed to Android Oreo (Go Edition) and said that Android Go edition smartphones would be available from early 2018. Today Google has announced that OEMs will introduced the first set of Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphones at the MWC 2018 in Barcelona next week. It also said that these phones will cost less than $ 50 (Rs. 3250 approx.) It already started introducing new Google apps – Google Go, Google Maps Go, Gmail Go, YouTube Go, Google Assistant Go, Files Go, Gboard Go and that these devices will come with custom experiences for Chrome, as well as a tuned version of the Google Play Store that also highlights the apps designed to work best on the Go edition devices, in addition to other apps. Nokia 1, the company’s entry-level smartphone is expected to be one of the Android Go edition phones targeted at emerging markets. Earlier rumors said that it will come with 1GB of RAM with 8GB of internal storage and a HD IPS display. Last month Micromax confirmed that it will launch BHARAT GO, the first Android Oreo (Go Edition) smartphone in India, in partnership with Google by the …
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LG updates its cheap K-series phones with new hardware

After renewing its high-end mobile push through 2017 with new G and V series phones, LG is taking another shot at the low-to-mid range with these K-series devices. The new K8 and K10 (with three sub-models that vary in RAM, built-in storage and color…
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LG announces new K8 and K10 phones, with improved cameras and outdated software

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LG may be having difficulties with its flagship phones, but the company’s budget devices have always sold well. LG has produced various inexpensive phones under the ‘K’ brand since 2016, and at Mobile World Congress, it will show off 2018 versions of the K8 and K10.

Both phones look a bit different than its 2017 predecessors. The LG logo has been moved to the back of the phone, and the top phone speaker now matches the black front panel.

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Motorola wants us to realize we are addicted to our phones

These days, the smartphone is an important tool. It keeps us connected to our friends and family, our passions, our memories, and for some it lets us connect to our means of making a living. These things have become extensions of ourselves to the point of ingraining behavioral patterns, particularly in the younger generation of smartphone users that grew up in a digitally connected world. Motorola has hosted a study with Dr. Nancy Etcoff, expert in Mind-Brand Behavior and the Science of Happiness at Harvard University. Dr. Etcoff is also the Psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital… – Latest articles