The Mountain View are aware that one of the biggest problems that we find in the day to day of a terminal is its operating system and is that it depends on our smartphone to work properly as well as that your battery lasts more or less time .
Probably the high-end models do not meet this obstacle, but those with a more reduced technical sheet are more limited, which is why those of the big G have wanted to launch Android GO, a more decaffeinated version that became a fashion the last edition of the MWC and that ZTE seems to want to follow.
ZTE with Android GO
Android GO is aimed at entry-level devices that do not need large specifications, and a new ZTE model whose code name is A606 has been seen by TENAA with that software.
In the design we find a panel with format 18: 9, a characteristic of the high-end and we have begun to see in some mid-range devices, so it is very interesting to see it in an entry-level terminal.
The rest of his technical sheet would be as follows:
Processor: Quad-core at 1.3GHz
RAM memory: 2GB
Display: 5.5 inches with HD + resolution and 18: 9 ratio
Rear camera: 5MP with flash
Front camera: 2MP
Internal storage: 16GB
Battery: 2,600 mAh
Operating system: Android 8.1 Oreo, Android GO
Dimensions: 146.3 x 69.2 x 8.5 mm
Weight: 140 g
As you can see, we are faced with very basic specifications, so it would not be surprising that Android GO was the version chosen for the software, however we will have to wait for the signature to officially make its presentation by the middle of 2018.