Micromax Bharat Go

Indian smartphone maker Micromax has announced the launch of its Android Oreo Go Edition smartphone, dubbed as the Micromax Bharat Go. The device has been priced at Rs. 4,399 and it is available with a cashback of Rs. 2,000 from Airtel.

The Micromax Bharat Go is available under Airtel’s Mera Pehle smartphone initiative. Airtel is offering a cashback of Rs. 2,000, making it available with an effective price of Rs. 2,399. It was announced during the MWC 2018 held in Barcelona.

Micromax Barat Go Specifications

The Micromax Bharat Go runs on the Android Oreo Go Edition, which is a lightweight version of Android 8.0 Oreo, designed by Google for low-end devices that have 1GB or less RAM. It features a 4.5 inch FWVGA display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.

Micromax Bharat Go

The Micromax Bharat Android Go is powered by a quad core MediaTek MT6737M processor coupled with Mali-T720 GPU. In terms of memory, it comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage which can be further expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.

Coming to the camera department, the Micromax Bharat Go smartphone features a 5MP primary camera with an LED flash. On the front, the device sports a 5MP secondary camera for selfies and video calling.

Since it is optimized for instant apps and lighter versions of Google apps, the Bharat Go will come preloaded with apps such as Gmail Go, Maps Go, Files Go, Chrome, YouTube Go, and Google Assistant Go etc. The device is powered by a 2,000mAh battery and connectivity options on the device include 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.

Commenting on the launch, Shubhodip Pal, Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer, Micromax said,

“Android Oreo (Go Edition) is a compelling proposition for the mobile first economy like India. We are proud to announce the launch of Bharat GO, a smartphone powered by the Android Oreo (Go Edition) today. Micromax Started the journey of empowering users a year ago with the launch of Bharat series. If we look at the statistics, there is still a huge gap when it comes to smartphone adoption all over the country owing to the lack of affordable smartphones in the sub 5k category.”

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