Finally the Finnish electronics producer company has been confirmed at MWC 2018 details about its upcoming Nokia 1, an $85 budget Android phone that runs new Android Go. However, the Nokia 1 is first gadget that runs the new operating system that was made public back at Google I/O previous summer.
The Nokia 1 is new entry-level model in the Nokia Android phone series that is priced just $85, while Android Go is a version of Oreo that is especially composed for entry-level phones and first-time Android users.
It also offers same features as Oreo does, as well as the Google Assistant, although it pre-establishes smaller number apps that are also lighter on storage and data. Nokia 1 is designed to give great experience to users at smallest budget.
Nevertheless, Android Go also gives you right to find and delete easily all unwanted files, while Go keeps tabs on your data usage.
even you can manage well security concerns with the help of pre-installed programs as Google Play Protect and Device Manager.
Finnish electronics Producer Company has promised to its fans that the Nokia 1 will be upgraded to Android P and Q as they will be available, also monthly security patches also will be offered with all Nokia devices.
With that said the Finnish developers equipped a lighter OS to give decent experience its users even a number of great things will be part of the Nokia 1 specification.
Nokia 1 is designed using a 1.1GHz quad-core processor in the shape of MediaTek MT6737M together with just 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.
Nevertheless, it brings microSD support allows you to put in more 128GB, though presentation should be enough for the low-budget demanding persons.
It also cover 5Mp at the back and 2Mp at the front, the MicroUSB 2.0 port, 4.5in screen uses IPS tech, a low FWVGA resolution, although would be released at the start of April.