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Xiaomi launches Redmi Go in Sri Lanka


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Xiaomi, global technology leader debuted its first Android  Go smartphone Redmi Go in Sri Lanka. 

The Android Go program was launched by Google in 2017, with affordable smartphones running on a highly efficient version of Android. Out of the box, Redmi Go runs the Android 8.1 Oreo (Go edition) operating system, featuring reimagined Google apps that have been optimised to reduce storage and data use.

“Xiaomi has received such a warm welcome in Sri Lanka since its entry last year, and we are really grateful to all Mi fans for their support.” said Xiaomi Sri Lanka General ManagerVidya Sagar. “With Redmi Go making its debut here, we hope that even more users here will be able to enjoy an amazing smartphone experience at an amazing price. This is part of our commitment to make innovation available to everyone.”

Redmi Go features a 5.0-inch 720p HD display, the Qualcomm® Snapdragon 425 SoC, and a 3000mAh battery. On the back it sports an 8MP main camera supported by an LED flashlight. On the front, Redmi Go has a 5MP camera for selfies. It comes with two SIM card slots and has a dedicated microSD slot that supports up to 128GB microSD cards. In terms of network connectivity, Redmi Go supports 2G, 3G and 4G along with being VoLTE ready.

 


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