ZTE Tempo Go becomes first Android Go phone to be available in US

30 March 2018
It's an $80 phone that's powered by the Snapdragon 210 SoC, and sports a 5-inch FWVGA (480x854p) display.

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  • grilled cheese

Funny how the US officials have beef with Huawei but not with ZTE?

  • AnonD-692822

Kiyasuriin, 30 Mar 2018The phone costs like 24$ to build such a thing. Where in that 40... more40$ is OK.
Typing this on a phone with similar specs except mine has an IPS HD screen (not FHD) and better design for 57$. You also have to consider the import cost and tax increase phone prices in central Africa.
I think there is an LG phone with better screen, RAM battery and processor for similar price.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-349743, 30 Mar 2018Thank's for not reading about Android GO before posting, there's... moreYou better read it before you replying to others.

  • Anonymous

Kiyasuriin, 30 Mar 2018The phone costs like 24$ to build such a thing. Where in that 40... more$40 is more than enough.

  • AnonD-349743

Anonymous, 30 Mar 2018Price should not be more than $40.Thank's for not reading about Android GO before posting, there's an entire subreddit for people that think every product line is aimed towards self-proclaimed enthusiasts.

Anonymous, 30 Mar 2018Price should not be more than $40.The phone costs like 24$ to build such a thing. Where in that 40$ price the company earns money? Have you thought about advertisement costs? 55$ should be decen't

  • Anonymous

Price should not be more than $40.

  • Anonymous

Seems like a decent phone for the given price. But you really shouldn't expect much from it. Sure, calling and texting work just fine, but anything beyond that (including browsing the internet) would be a strugle.

  • Anonymous

Welcome back to 2011.

wow ~

Android Go review please