Our list made of the latest Go Edition phones includes only phones that satisfy these specifications:
Even with a lower sample of reviews, considering its compound rank of 76%, we determined that the is currently Phonerated's best phone 2023. We also believe that our 590 reviews sampled from our sources give us a safe-enough confidence level that allows us to call it the most interesting choice as of now.
With its star rating of 10 averaged from 332 reviews, we rank this model second best phone. * Btw, our choices are based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of Go Edition phone reviews from multiple sources.
The BLU J4 is powered by the Snapdragon 855 Plus 2.96GHz octa-core engine, which was one of the fastest (at least on paper) processors available when it debuted.
The Blackview A60 offers a measly quad-core 1.3GHz processor, despite many similarly-sized models running on eight-core engines.
The BLU Advance L5 runs on a quad-core 1.3GHz processor, which we consider a telltale sign of a starter-class phone.
The Alcatel 1C 2019 runs on Android Go, rigging it with a bunch of optimizations tailored to smartphones that use its kind of low-end hardware.
The ZTE Blade A3 2019 uses a typical (among basic Androids) combo of a quad-core 1.3GHz engine and a 1GB RAM.
The ZTE Blade L8 throws together a 1GB RAM and a 1.3GHz quad-core engine, both of which are telltale signs of a low-caliber Android phone.
The Samsung Galaxy J2 Core runs on an Android Go Edition OS, which is designed to optimize the performance of smartphones with its kind of elementary hardware components.
The Nokia C1 underscores its low-end feature set with a primitive 1.3GHz four-core processor.
The BLU C5 Plus operates on a quad-core 1.3GHz processor, pretty much a telltale sign of a low-caliber phone.
The Cricket Icon comes with only 1GB of RAM, which sounds pitiful, even by low-end standards.
The BLU C6 2019 pins itself to the low-end smartphone category by running on a quad-core 1.3GHz engine coupled with only 1GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy A2 Core runs on Android 8.0 Oreo Go Edition as a means to augmenting the performance of its relatively modest hardware components.