A lot of talks and discussions are going on the web about the first Android Go handset from Samsung. It seems like the official unveiling of the device is near as more and more leaks have started to make their way on the internet. This time as well we are back with some cool stuff regarding the upcoming Android Go handset from Samsung. The new information says that the device will work on Android Go but will not be shipped with Stock Android. So without making any delay let’s dive a little deep into it.
At first, the device came into headlines by the term “Stock Android” but the new information might hurt some of the Samsung fans. As visible in the leaked images, a Samsung device can be seen running some sort of UI that appears similar to the Experience UI. In case you folks don’t know Android Go doesn’t require Stock UI to work. It is just a platform which makes it possible to run high-end apps on a low configured smartphone. For this platform, Google has a distinct set of applications which somewhat are similar to the traditional Android apps.
The device unluckily has massive bezels which are expected as it will be a budget handset. Rather then physical touch sensitive buttons Samsung has gone with the on-screen navigation keys. This device at some extent is an alternative for the earlier announced budget Android One handsets. On the rear panel, a Speaker, Single Camera sensor with LED Flash and Samsung branding can be seen. For further information about the device stay tuned to GoAndroid.