Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi Go smartphone has been certified with Singapore's IMDA, the US' FCC and Russia's EEC, sporting the model number M1903C3GG.
According to the listings it will run Android 9 Pie (Go Edition), making this Xiaomi's first Android Go phone. It will have a dual-SIM slot, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 and likely just 1GB of RAM.
Judging by its reported measurements of 141 x 71 mm, the Xiaomi Redmi Go will likely carry a screen smaller than 6-inches.
Since this will be an Android Go smartphone we expect it will be affordable (likely under €100). And if we go by its certifications it will be sold at least in Russia, the US and Singapore.
This size I think some people still want small phones so less than 6' is ok but they should reconsider the 1 ram thing. At least 3 ram 32 rom. That has become the standard now.
Wat! How possible that a phone to be sold in US carry only 1 ram by this time of phone technology?
Name ONE Google package or app that can't run on a 2 GB Android phone. You'd have to look long and hard to find a single program even for desktop computers, that can't run with 2 GB of RAM.