BLU Vivo Go: the first smartphone on Android 9.0 Pro Edition
A few weeks ago, Google announced the Go Edition version of its mobile operating system Android 9.0 Pie, so the release of the first smartphone under its control was only a matter of time. It was logical to assume that the novelty will come from somewhere in Asia, but it turned out that the first device pre-installed from the factory Android 9.0 Pie Go Edition is the logo of the Florida-based company BLU. The model was named Vivo Go and will go on sale in November at a price of $90.
BLU Vivo Go is equipped with a vertically elongated 6-inch display with an aspect ratio of 18: 9 and a resolution of 1440 × 720 pixels. The hardware basis for it is an entry-level Quad-core processor MediaTek MT6739 (Cortex A53) with a clock speed of 1.5 GHz. The volume of installed RAM is 1 GB, the flash drive holds 16 GB. A microSD slot is provided to extend the built-in storage.
Other features of BLU Vivo Go note the support of two SIM-cards, the ability to work in networks 4G LTE and battery capacity of 2600 mA·h in addition, the smartphone is equipped with a fingerprint scanner located on the rear side of the enclosure, dual rear 8-megapixel camera and 0.3-Megapixel front photo module.
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