The Chinese mobile brand Xiaomi continues to expand their budget oriented offering in India and their next release, the Redmi Go, is the next step in that direction. \r\nAs part of the Android Go program, this device sits among some of the most affordable options offered by Xiaomi. \r\nFrom the start, it shares some of the design features of the 2017’s Redmi 5A. \r\nSpecs-wise, the Redmi Go packs the Snapdragon 425 SoC, manufactured using the 28nm fabrication process. This chipset has a Quad-core CPU and Adreno 308 GPU at the center of its processing capabilities. \r\nAs for processing features, the device will come in two main variants: 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM, and 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM \r\nFor the screen, it carries a 5-inch IPS LCD with 1280 x 720 resolution, with a pixel density of 296 ppi and a maximum brightness of 380 nits.\r\nOn the imaging side, the smartphone has an 8MP primary camera with an aperture of f\/2.0, and a 5MP camera with an f\/2.2 aperture as a selfie shooter. \r\nThe Redmi Go will surely be an attractive alternative for those looking for a phone that doesn’t break the bank and offers decent performance. \r\nIt will be launched in India on March 19 and is expected to cost Rs 3,499 for the 1 GB\/8 GB storage and 3,999 for the version with 1GB\/16GB version.