The lower-end Android devices tend to run Android Go. It’s a speedy version of the OS which is built for smartphones with less memory (2GB or below).
A range of nimble apps like Gallery Go, Google Go, YouTube Go, Maps Go and so on – they’re built to use less space, less data and yet operate speedily.
Now there’s Camera Go…
This will be coming to the Nokia 1.3, and it’ll mean that higher quality photos can be captured in low-light conditions. The Night Mode feature can also automatically capture simultaneous shots and merge them to produce clearer low-light photos.
Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer and Vice President at HMD Global, told us..
The Nokia 1.3 offers an accessible Android experience to fans across the world. As one of the first smartphones to debut the all new Camera Go app last year, we are delighted to take this next step with Google.
Our goal is to build on what an affordable smartphone can deliver, without compromising on modern tech essentials and this certainly does that.
The phone is ultra-cheap, only £79.99 from Nokia.com.