Counting on the success of Bharat series Micromax Bharat Go is all set and gearing up. Bharat Go is a Android Oreo Go Edition smartphone that will be launched in India this month (end of Jan 2018). The Go Edition are ultra budget friendly phones that offer true Android experience.

Google had already announced that,  in 2018 they will roll out Android Go Edition powered phones, it will provide true Android experience over a not so powerful hardware, basically the Android Oreo (Go Edition) will be a trimmed down / slimmed down version of core apps.

This slimmed / optimized version of Android will run smoothly on underperforming hardware. Overall this will help manufacturer reduce cost. MediaTek and Qualcomm had shown interest when Google Announced the Go Edition. Now we need to see which chipset will Micromax Bharat Go smartphone use.

Micromax Bharat Go coming soon

So will the Micromax Bharat Go be qualcomm powered or will it be MediaTek powered, we will know in few days. As for the pricing, nothing official though but as of now good phones are available for around the Rs. 5000 bracket. Most likely the Micromax Bharat Go could be priced at under Rs. 3000.

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  1. Not only micromax but but karbonn , lava companies are also going to release android go phones. It is a program somewhat similar to android one. The phones which micromax , karbonn & lava gong to release are purely Chinese pones and the same devices will be released in another countries from different company names later.

  2. Not only micromax but but karbonn , lava companies are also going to release android go phones. It is a program somewhat similar to android one. The phones which micromax , karbonn & lava gong to release are purely Chinese pones and the same devices will be released in another countries from different company names later.

  3. Hi Gogi G could you please review Karbonn titanium frames S7 ? I think Karbonn did a fantastic job for 6999/- .
    Full HD display, 13mp+13mp rear and back , Full metal body ,3000 mah battery , 3gb ram and 32gb storage .

    1. The mediatek 6737 is not capable of handling the 1080p screen. The phone may suffice if you are interested in FHD.

      U can consider the 10.or e which is in stock clearance right now. Full HD display with SD 430 at 6k₹

  4. Google Promised $ 30 price point i.e. ₹ 2000. Y would Micromax opt for ₹ 3000 price point. Anyways at ₹3000 the Nokia 1 which will be Android O, Go edition would be far better than Micrmax.

    1. A rs5000 phone is called as desh ka smartphone, selling like hot cake, and you think this phone will not sell?

      1. Because redmi 5a tick most of the box with affordable price, u can’t expect same with MMX, Karbon ,etc..

        1. That’s the whole point of android go initiative. Quality experience without the hardware chops.

          Our native OEMs can’t compete with the Chinese so Google is stepping up it’s contribution.

          It’s a win win as phones running Oreo will rise in marketshare faster than nougat or marshmallow

  5. Hi Gogi G could you please review Karbonn titanium frames S7 ? I think Karbonn did a fantastic job for 6999/- .
    Full HD display, 13mp+13mp rear and back , Full metal body ,3000 mah battery , 3gb ram and 32gb storage .

    1. The mediatek 6737 is not capable of handling the 1080p screen. The phone may suffice if you are interested in FHD.

      U can consider the 10.or e which is in stock clearance right now. Full HD display with SD 430 at 6k₹

  6. Google Promised $ 30 price point i.e. ₹ 2000. Y would Micromax opt for ₹ 3000 price point. Anyways at ₹3000 the Nokia 1 which will be Android O, Go edition would be far better than Micrmax.

    1. A rs5000 phone is called as desh ka smartphone, selling like hot cake, and you think this phone will not sell?

      1. Because redmi 5a tick most of the box with affordable price, u can’t expect same with MMX, Karbon ,etc..

        1. That’s the whole point of android go initiative. Quality experience without the hardware chops.

          Our native OEMs can’t compete with the Chinese so Google is stepping up it’s contribution.

          It’s a win win as phones running Oreo will rise in marketshare faster than nougat or marshmallow