Micromax Bharat Go Smartphone can launch in India in January
Micromax Bharat Go Smartphone can launch in India in January

Micromax will soon launch the Bharat Go smartphone. Under Google's Android Oreo (Go Edition) program, it will be the company's first smartphone. The company has also claimed that it is the first handset to come with Android Oreo (Go Edition) in India.

The smartphone will be made available until the end of January. Micromax Bharat Go will be a handsfree handset where the user will get the Android Orio experience. Android Oreo (Go Edition) alias Android Go is a poor version of Android Oreo, designed for a handsome handset.   

Remember that the Android Go program was announced in May this year. It's designed by Google. Its purpose is to provide a better user experience in a cheap handset.  The Android Go Edition is an optimized version of Android 8.0 Oreo, which is designed for low-cost smartphones. The device that runs on OrioGo will have 15 percent faster startup time. While launching the company, it was said that 50% less storage will be used if the app already installed will be optimized.   

Google said that with this optimization, an additional 1,000 photos will be stored in an average Oreo Go device. There will be security features given in the standard version of Oreo Go, including Google Play Protect. The Go Edition device will come with the default Active Data Saver feature. Users will be able to download any app, But there is a new section in which specially optimized apps for Go Edition devices include Facebook Lite and Flipkart. Google Apps has been optimized to work better with low-end devices and assistants, Gmail, chrome, search, maps, youtube and gboard go version will be preloaded on all oreo go devices. 

Micromax has not yet disclosed the price and specification of the India Go smartphone. However, it is certain that this entry-level smartphone will run on Android Orio (Go Edition). The Android Go platform is designed for the emerging market. Its purpose is to give the Android experience to the user who uses the smartphone for the first time. On the other hand, MediaTek and Qualcomm, the world's two largest processors, have already given information about how to create processors for this operating system.

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