Huawei Y5 Lite (2018):
One of some main phone makers that did not bring any fresh phones at Mobile World Congress 2018 (MWC18). Huawei is arranged to release its 1st Android Go Oreo Edition smartphone. If you’ve been watching the MWC 2018 report, then you already understand Nokia, Alcatel, and ZTE have already published their own smartphone in Android Oreo Go Edition. The company expected to go on selling in the future month. Huawei is possible to follow them very shortly with its own phone called Y5 Lite (2018).
Huawei release of its new Y5 Lite (2018) soon in the United States. As per the rumors, the phone has arrived on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that controls interstate and international communications by wire, satellite, radio, television, and cable in the United States. The FCC paper, however, does not reveal anything apart from that the phone will reveal the model number. The firmware data of the Y5 Lite (2018) running Android Go.
Huawei Y5 (2018) smartphone willpower by the MediaTek chipset. The chipset model is MT6737M and GPU is ARM Mali-T720. The chipset will consist of 4 ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores clocked at up to 1.1GHz. The device has an 854 x 480p display with two SIM card slots, and 8GB of internal storage along with a dedicated microSD card slot.
For the unintended, Google declared its ambitious Android Oreo Go edition. The Go edition was 1st publish at Google I/O 2017 and it expected for low-end phones that run with 512MB to 1GB of memory.
However, the newest Android Oreo Go edition is optimized for the entry-level phones and it includes excellent performance along with built-in data administration features and security features. The brand has also planned a new set of Google application. Including includes Google Maps Go, Google Play, Chrome, Gmail Go, Google Go, Google Assistant Go, YouTube Go, Gboard. And the new Files Go app, which are meant to be smaller and it will soften on the entry-level devices. Further, Google has built a new division that recommends favorite apps that are tuned to run well on entry-level phones.