Android Go phones are based on a lighter version of Android that is specially designed to run on limited hardware. They are generally reserved for countries like India and China, but now they are starting to trickle out in the United States.
While Cricket Wireless was technically the first US operator to send an Android Go phone with Nokia 3.1Plus perfectly suited to the low, limited hardware devices that the carrier usually sells anyway), Verizon is now the second US operator and the first of those big four offering a Go unit.
Starting today, you can buy Nokia 2 V internationally known simply as Nokia 2.1-on Verizon's prepaid service, which will put you back a little $ 70. its Android Go roots are 2V pretty hard hardware limited – Qualcomm Snapdragon 425, just 8GB of storage, is a single RAM together to go here, so don't expect a speed demo in any way.  All in all, is running Android Go, which is specially designed for this type of hardware. So though it doesn't, it should definitely be quite useful. If you are in, click on the button below to check it out.