Redmi Go Allegedly Certified, Said to Be Xiaomi's First Android Go Smartphone

Xiaomi is likely to Shortly embrace Google’s Android Go programme and Establish a Version running Android 9 Pie (Go Variant ), According to reports.
The new development has been suggested through alleged certificates in Russia, Singapore, and the US that reveal a Xiaomi mobile carrying version amount M1903C3GG. This is supposed as the Redmi Move that could be the company’s first Android Go smartphone. Especially, because the Android Go initiative is aimed to supply an optimised experience on low-cost smartphones, the new Xiaomi phone may be an additional affordable model in the Redmi family.
As per the development spotted by technology website Nashville Chatter, Xiaomi’s Android Go smartphone with version number M1903C3GG has received certifications by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States and Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) in Russia. Both certificate sources didn’t reportedly confirm the title of the new Android Move phone. However, it’s stated that a Xiaomismartphone with the name Redmi Go has surfaced on Singapore’s IMDA certification, with the same version number.

The US FCC certificate of the Xiaomi smartphone apparently reveals its dual-SIM, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity. It’s also said to highlight that the telephone will have 141mm of elevation and 71mm of width together with a diagonal measurement of 150mm. This implies that the handset may have an 18:9 aspect ratio.

Being an Android Go model, the Redmi Go is found to possess Android 9 Pie (Go variant ) out-of-the-box and may include 1GB of RAM.

Since the certificate sources in Russia, Singapore, and the US are already discovered to have passed the newest version, the Redmi Go could arrive sometime in the forthcoming months. It’s unlikely to be a premium model. Instead, the Android Go handset by Xiaomi is very likely to be available somewhere in the sub-Rs. 10,000 price bracket.