Unveiled back in Feb at Mobile World Congress 2018, ZTE’s first Android Go smartphone, the Tempo Go is now purchasable in the US. Apparently this is also the very first Android Go smartphone to be released in the US. Customers can grab this inexpensive handset for only $80, which rather a steal considering it comes along with Android Oreo. Well, a lighter version that has been optimised to work on mobile phones with 1GB Memory or lower. Specs clever, ZTE Tempo Go is far from being remarkable. The telephone is equipped with 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 chip, 1GB Ram, and 8GB expandable storage.

In addition, it includes a 5 inches display with FWVGA resolution, a 5 megapixel rear camera and secondary two megapixel camera right in front for selfies. ZTE’s entry level phone is powered by a 2, 200 mAh battery which promises to provide up to 12 hours of talk time or 220 hours of standby time. Additionally, it offers decent connectivity features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and sometimes even LTE support. If you plan to buy one and use it on a specific network, you must consult with your carrier because the ZTE Tempo Move supports both the GSM and CDMA bands.