After Google formally introduced Android 10 Go Version, geared toward entry-level smartphones with low-end specs and low storage, HMD World has immediately introduced that the Android 10 Go version replace shall be coming to not less than three of its entry-level Android smartphones.
The announcement was made on Twitter by HMD World’s Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, who in a tweet, mentioned “Entry stage smartphone expertise shouldn’t be a compromise. #Google proves it with new #Android 10 Go version providing wealthy experiences with even higher reminiscence mgmt, efficiency & safety. We’re working to deliver them first on #Nokia smartphones”.
In accordance with an accompanying picture (which you’ll see above) posted by Sarvikas, the Nokia 1 Plus shall be getting the replace to Android 10 Go version someday in Q1 2020, whereas the Nokia 2, and the Nokia 1 shall be getting the Android 10 Go replace in Q2 2020.
Which may not seem to be it’s shut sufficient, however for entry-level telephones, it is a fairly nice replace roadmap, and in response to Sarvikas’ tweet, Nokia would possibly properly be the primary firm to roll out Android 10 Go version updates to its telephones.
With Android 10 Go version, Google says it has improved efficiency and pace, whereas nonetheless sustaining the lightweight expertise that Android’s Go version is understood for. We’ll have to attend and see whether or not HMD World will be capable of follow this schedule, and if it does, it’s positively going to be fairly nice for customers who’re utilizing these Nokia entry-level smartphones.