Meizu has today unveiled its new high-end devices, the Meizu 15. However during the presentation we also got to know that soon be presented a new model, this time focused on another type of users but with a clear difference compared to its bigger brothers beyond the features.
While Meizu bet clearly by Flyme 7.0 on their mobile phones more powerful, it also maintains its alliance with Google and has been able to confirm that we will soon have a new mobile Android GO, the chinese manufacturer Meizu.
This new mobile Android GO will join the already presented during the MWC 2018 and the expected from other chinese manufacturers like Huawei, who has also joined this project.
The device Meizu with Android GO have a few features of the more humble, with a RAM below 2 gb and a processor is very basic. In fact, this new system of Google based on Android 8.1 Oreo works even on mobile devices with 512MB of RAM, so that would not be so far-fetched that we find ourselves with smartphones really cheap.
For example, the ZTE Tempo GO comes with a chip Qualcomm series 210. Less powerful even than the Snapdragon 430 incorporating mobile that currently have prices of about 100 euros.
The Android mobile GO of Meizu will be focused on the chinese market but is expected to enter a processor is slightly more powerful. For the moment we do not have features confirmed this model, but it is a small step to bring Meizu Android wants Google to expand on the range of input.
Our bet would be a device similar to the Meizu M2 Mini that can be found now for a few € 69 on Amazon and comes with fingerprint reader, a screen of five inches and dual camera rear. A model that already seems like very old-fashioned but with Android GO and a very competitive price could be interesting for some users.
The news Meizu joins Android GO: the chinese manufacturer will collaborate with Google for its new range of entry was originally published in Xataka Android by Enrique Perez .