YoloBS, 27 Mar 2018Underpower phone with underpower os Android Go is perfect for this. It uses less memory and puts less strain on it so even with these low specs it should perform acceptably. Let's not forget the cheap price and cute colorful design and the brand name, makes it the perfect ultra budget smartphone!
Kiyasuriin, 27 Mar 2018But then prices will be over 100$.....How about this? (My proposal):
9: SD845, 128GB/8GB
8: SD845, 128GB/6GB
7: SD636, 64GB/6GB
7+: SD660, 64GB/6GB
6: SD630, 32GB/3GB or 64GB/4GB
6 Arte: SD636, 64GB/4GB
5: SD450, 32GB/3GB
3: SD410, 16GB/3GB
2: SD212, 16GB/2GB
1: MTK6737, 8GB/2GB
Will any models here get price below $100?
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018Price should have been 3,500 INR.Lol! its nokia not a cheap brand which you are referring
AdamBoy64, 27 Mar 2018It seems like the OS has evolved to be able to run on lower-powered devices.go edition doesnt have oreo features.
no notification dots
no recent animation
no picture in picture mode
no multi window
only name is oreo
how can you call this as oreo without oreo features ???
AnonD-625621, 27 Mar 2018I really look up to nokia phones but this is downright crap for that money. .. even nokia 2 i... moreHave used nokia 2? Its really worth i have passed around whole day of continous surfing on internet and opera browser with just 33% start for the day this phone is afterall for battery and iam satisfied with its performance
Kiyasuriin, 27 Mar 2018But then prices will be over 100$.....Sadly that is true.
But if Xiaomi had a line up like that of android one phone it would be half Nokia price.
Just imagine a Xiaomi android go phone SD427 1GB ram 16GB rom at $50
As they said Android go smartphones would cost around 40$ or less..And this device seems to be not worth for the price of 85$.It's worth not to buy this mobile simply seeing the name Nokia in it..
When the new version Nokia 6 (2018) 4gb ram coming to India it's too late
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2018It's been 4 years since the cheapest phones have 1GB RAM and that screen resolution. Shouldn't... moreAgree. It was 3-4 years ago that the first generation Android One line launched with 1GB RAM, 4/8GB storage, FWVGA display and priced around 70USD. My father still use one, running Android 6.0 which is old now but still works.
Why woud anyone bother with running the latest version android, but trimmed down, if they doesn't even care about specs?