The Redmi Go is Xiaomi‘s initial Android Go smartphone which is expected to release pretty soon. Last week, specs and an formal render surfaced online. Xiaomi Philippines Additionally teased the device’s arrival. More details have surfaced about the smartphone and its availability outside Asia.
A post from Winfuture.de has unveiled that the Redmi Go will be available “right from the truly beginning” in Europe what is about February. This means there wouldn’t be a gap between its launch in Asia and in Europe.
The post also says the Redmi Go sold in Europe will have support for LTE band 20. This isn’t fresh info as the formal spec poster presently uncovered the supported LTE bands and the over band was listed among.
With respect to price, the Redmi Go will have its price tag under EUR 80 (~$90/Yuan 616). That is significantly lesser than the Nokia 2.1 which is now valued between EUR 110 and EUR 120. But, the Nokia 2.1 packs a larger panel, larger battery capacity, and stereo front-facing speakers.
The Redmi Go will pack a 5-inch HD screen, Qualcomm’s 28nm Snapdragon 425 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable memory. It will have an 8MP rear sensor, a 5MP front-facing camera, and a 3,000mAh battery. Pre-installed on the phone is Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition).
Winfuture have In addition included extra renders of the cameraphone (above) what will come in Black and Blue. It will have an audio jack at the top while a MicroUSB port and speaker grille are at the backside. The Redmi Go will have two slots on the left – one for the dual SIMs and an additional for the MicroSD card. The pics also prove the phone will arrive with Xiaomi’s lightweight browser, Mint Browser, along with Google Chrome.