ZTE Tempo Go is the first Android Go phone to hit the US

The US gets its first Android Go device in the shape of the ZTE Tempo Go. The handset is now available for purchase in the US for a rock-bottom price of $80 (approximately Rs 5,300). Notwithstanding the price, the handset does have a weird name. It’s not the first time we’ve seen the device. ZTE showcased the Tempo Go at MWC 2018.

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Specs and more

Obviously, Android Go devices are not built to blow your socks off. They’re meant to deliver the goods on a shoestring budget. Similarly, the ZTE Tempo Go comes with a timid Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor backed by 1GB of RAM. The handset has 8GB of internal storage which can be expanded further. As for the screen, buyers will have t make do with a 5.0-inch panel with FWVGA (480 x 854p) resolution. The ZTE Tempo Go supports both GSM and CDMA bands so it should work with most US carriers out there.

ZTE Tempo Go

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The optics department are handled by a barebones 5MP rear shooter and a 2MP snapper for selfies. If anything, buyers can have solace in the fact that it runs skimmed Android Oreo fueled by a 2,200mAh battery. The entry-level phone also boasts of connectivity features like LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth as well.

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