In May 2017, Google released Android Go, an Android 8.0 Oreo-based streamlined version designed specifically for entry-level handsets that run on 1GB or less memory. Since then growing manufacturers have been working on devices with this OS onboard. The latest one is from Ulefone named Ulefone S7 Go.
The Android Go works on the Ulefone S7 Go is supposed to provide a much faster and smoother user experience while taking up less space and consuming less data. Belonging to Ulefone’s entry-level S series, the upcoming S7 Go has the same hardware specs like the former S7 model including a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of ROM, 8MP/5MP dual rear camera combo, 5MP selfie snapper with softlight, 5.0-inch HD display, 2500mAh battery and independent audio chipset.
The accurate release date and price tag of the S7 Pro are yet to be revealed. If interested, you can subscribe to the company’s official website to get first-hand news about the phone.