September 15, 2014

Google Reveals the First Ultra-Cheap Android One Smartphones

Google has unveiled the first smartphones to run on its Android One platform, a standard designed to help push affordable smartphones in the developing world. The initiative kicks off in India, where Micromax, Spice, and Karbonn are all selling phones said to have 4.5-inch screens, 1GB of RAM, 1.3GHz quad-core processors, dual-SIM slots, microSD expandable storage, and FM radios. Android One devices will also ship with support for more languages, including Hindi. The first phones are expected to retail for 6399 rupees ($105).

Similarly inexpensive smartphones have been around for a while, but Android One represents a concerted effort from Google to put its stamp on the user experience. These phones will all run stock Android...

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