The first Android Go phone in the US is now available for $80

ZTE is the first company to bring a smartphone running Android Go to the US. As spotted by Android Police, ZTE’s Tempo Go is now available to buy online for $79.99.

The phone is not much to look at. It has a 5-inch screen with a low, 480 x 854 resolution, big bezels, only 1GB of RAM, and a tiny 8GB of storage. But that’s all to be expected: Android Go is designed for phones with this kind of limited hardware. It takes up less space, and it runs better than normal Android would on phones with small amounts of RAM. That doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll run great, but it should improve the experience you’d get from buying such an inexpensive phone.

ZTE was one of the first six companies to announce phones running Android Go last month….

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