Google introduced the Android Oreo (Go version) for the entry-level smartphones earlier this month. This platform has been designed particularly for the creating markets resembling India and is supposed for the entry-level smartphones that includes lower than 1GB of RAM.
Google has already launched this new OS to the third-party builders and machine producers. The primary batch of smartphones that run the brand new Android Oreo (Go version) OS will likely be launched by the software program companions of Google within the months to come back. On the launch occasion, search engine big didn’t reveal the names of the third-party producers these will launch their telephones with this platform within the first batch however a latest report suggestions that Lava will be one in all them.
In keeping with a report by KillerFeatures, Lava has doubtless raised a enjoyable of $30 million from Tsinghua Holdings of China. The corporate is anticipated to take a position this cash into native manufacturing of handsets. The model can also be claimed to be busy with organising one other manufacturing plant within the nation that’s more likely to be operational by the following 12 months.
Lava can also be anticipated to utilize the upcoming manufacturing facility to make the smartphones operating Android Oreo (Go version) and another gadgets as nicely. Google has launched a brand new set of apps for the OS which are claimed to be lighter and extra related to the wants of customers who will likely be on-line for the primary time.
For now, there is no such thing as a affirmation from both Google or Lava relating to the upcoming Android Oreo (Go version) smartphone. If the report is genuine, then it is not going to be the primary time that Lava has partnered with Google. In 2015, Lava launched the Pixel V1 smartphone with Android One.
Having mentioned that, we are able to anticipate the partnership to increase past Lava and Google would possibly tie up with different producers resembling Micromax to launch the Android Oreo (Go version) smartphones within the coming months.