Smartphone maker Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi has drastically cut the price of its entry level smartphone Redmi Go. With the new price you will be able to purchase this smartphone from the company’s official website mi.com, e-commerce website Flipkart and almost all retail stores. The new price information has been given by the company on its official Twitter account. This low-priced smartphone is equipped with many special features including Android Go.
— Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) February 15, 2020
The company has informed through a post on its official Twitter that the Redmi Go smartphone offered on Android Go will now get only Rs 4,299, while its original price is Rs 4,499. The post also contains information on its availability. Let’s say that this smartphone is available in two storage variants in the Indian market. The base variants have been given 8GB internal memory with 1GB RAM and the price is Rs 4,299. While the second variant comes with 1GB RAM and 16GB storage and is priced at Rs 4,499.
Redmi Go Features and Specifications:
The Redmi Go comes with a 5.0-inch HD display with a screen resolution of 720×1280 pixels. This smartphone, offered on Android Go Edition based on Android Oreo, works on quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor. The storage provided in the phone is also available to expand up to 12GB with the help of microSD card.
Talking about the photography section, you will find an 8 megapixels rear camera with LED flash in this low price smartphone. While there is a 5 megapixels front camera to enjoy video calling and selfies. Redmi Go has a 3,000mAh battery for power backup. As connectivity features, it will have a micro USB port, GPS, Wi-Fi, and 3.5mm audio jack with 4G VoLTE support.
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