ZTE is the first organization to bring a smartphone running Android Go to the US. As spotted by Android Police, ZTE's Tempo Go is currently accessible to purchase online for $79.99.
The phone isn't much to take a gander at. It has a 5-inch screen with a low, 480 x 854 resolution, enormous bezels, just 1GB of RAM, and a tiny 8GB of capacity. In any case, that is all to be expected: Android Go is intended for phones with this sort of limited hardware. It consumes up less space, and it runs superior to any typical Android phones with small amounts of RAM. That doesn't really mean it'll run incredible, however, it ought to enhance the experience you'd get from purchasing such a reasonable phone.
ZTE was one of the initial six organizations to declare phones running Android Go a month ago. While the majority of them aren't bound for the US and are headed to India and parts of Africa, where the average selling price of smartphones is much lower, a few organizations are as yet testing the waters in the US, as well. ZTE might be the first, yet Alcatel likewise announced plans to launch its first Android Go phone, the Alcatel 1X, for under $100 sometime soon.