Google unveils new line of smartphones as part of Android One program
Google has decided to share details of the Android One program. It all took place within the framework of the Mountain View giant's Indian press conference. The Android One platform will sell low-cost smartphones, and today we learned their detailed specifications.
This is the first time the world has heard of Android One program During Google I/O 2021 in June. The first reports could certainly appeal, as Google promised a new series of fairly powerful devices at an affordable price (around $100 US). What's more, Google itself was to be responsible for support and software updates. Did these promises find their confirmation in reality?
It seems that as much as possible.
All devices in the Android One lineup will run on pure Android 4.4. Google promises A quick update to the upcoming Android L and leaves the possibility of introducing proprietary graphic overlays.
Many people may have Concerns over technical specifications new smartphones. After all, $100 is the cost of very average, even budget, devices. At the moment, only three manufacturers (Spice, Micromax and Karbonn) will offer their products under the Android One platform, but more launches can be expected in the coming weeks.