The Android Oreo (Go Edition) is meant for low-end devices that run with 512MB to 1GB of memory. The aim is to provide the latest Android updates to the masses and it will be available as a part of Android 8.1 release.
Recently, Meizu partnered with Google to launch its first Android Go phone this year. Now seems like Meizu is getting ready for the launch of Android Go phone soon in the United States. As per the reports, the device with model number Meizu M810L has got the all necessary approval from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in the US. As per reports, the Meizu phone is expected to launch as the Meizu mBlue A6.
The FCC document via Slashleaks, however, does not reveal anything about the specifications of the Meizu phone. The FCC listing shows the handset’s schematics. As per the schematics, the phone will feature a single rear camera. At the back, there is no fingerprint sensor, while the front is not shown. It is expected that the phone might feature fingerprint scanner on the front under the display.
The schematics show that the phone will have a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top and a SIM tray on the left. On the right side of the phone, lies the volume rocker and power button. The bottom shows speaker grilles separated by a USB port. Another image in the FCC listing shows some connectivity option like GPS, Wi-Fi, and antennas.
Though the specifications of the Meizu phone will remain below average, it is the software that will make a major difference. The Android Oreo (Go Edition) is meant for low-end devices that run with 512MB to 1GB of memory. The aim is to provide the latest Android updates to the masses and it will be available as a part of Android 8.1 release. The Android Oreo (Go edition) is specially optimized for the entry-level handsets and it includes better performance along with built-in data management features and security benefits.
Note- The Lead pic is for representational purpose only.
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