Google launches cheap ‘Android One’ phones

Google has launched three affordable Android smartphones in partnership with Indian mobile phone manufacturers.

The first three phones in the ‘Android One’ project are Micromax Canvas A-1, Spice Dream One and Karbonn Sparkle.

Packed with many advanced features including high-speed processing, dual sim card, FM radio, SD memory card and five-megapixel camera, prices for these phones range from six to seven, according to BBC correspondent Shilpa Kannan. thousand.

All three smartphones are expected to be available on partner e-shopping websites starting Monday.

Google Android head Sundar Pichai said: “There are three big challenges facing the Indian smartphone market: hardware, software and connectivity. Google guarantees software and security updates for Android One devices.”

‘Android One’ first in India

Looking at the rapidly growing Indian smartphone market, Google has started the Android One project from India.

According to Sundar Pichai, soon Android One will also be available in Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The hardware and software specifications of all Android One phones are determined by Google and manufactured by mobile phone companies in India.

The direct competition of the Android One phone will be the Moto E and the Redmi S1 from the Chinese company Xiaomi with similar prices and features.

Although Android One smartphones can benefit from direct Google branding.

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