Micromax In 1b will have Android 10 (Go Edition) in a 2GB RAM variant
Micromax In 1b, the new smartphone from the Indian vendor that is not yet available for purchase in the country, will be based on Google’s Android 10 (Go edition), the company confirmed . Android 10 (Go edition) will be Limited to the base variant of the Micromax In 1b which has 2GB RAM + 32GB storage, while its high-end variant with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model will run on the normal Android 10 operating system.
The listing in Flipkart shows the difference between the two variants of the Micromax in 1b that Micromax has confirmed to Gadgets 360.
Android 10 (Go edition), which is a simplified version to regulate Android 10, it will bring some performance improvements that should help the base variant of Micromax’s new phone keep up with its higher-spec sibling. However, it is unlikely that most users will notice any changes when comparing the 2GB RAM variant of the In 1b to its 4GB counterpart, as both will come with the stock experience.
A report from XDA Developers in July He suggested that Google planned to make Android Go mandatory for all new Android 10 smartphones that launch with 2GB of RAM or less, starting in the fourth quarter of this year. That could be the reason why Micromax had to offer two different versions of the operating system on its newly launched entry-level smartphone.
Google announced Android Go as the optimized version of its Android operating system in December 2017. The first devices based on Android Go were displayed at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2018.
Interestingly, Micromax was among the top phone brands to introduce the initial range of Android Go devices and brought the Micromax Bharat Go as your first phone to run on the new platform. The company also expanded your Android Go wallet by bringing the Micromax Spark Go in October 2018.