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August 27, 2014

Android One smartphones might be released next week

Announced back in June, devices under the Android One project could finally be released this September.

The Android One project of Google is aimed to be a reference platform for future low-cost devices running Google’s operating system. This project could mean better smartphones like the affordable Moto G and Moto E for developing nations.

According to The Economic Times, the first Android One handset might feature at least a 4-inch display, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel shooter, and a 1,700mAh battery. It might also have dual-sim capability and expandable memory. Android 4.4 KitKat will be installed out of the box with an update to Android L in October.

India will first have the upcoming smartphone from either Micromax, Karbonn or Spice. Pricing could be from 7,000 INR (Php5,068) to 10,000 INR (Php7,240).

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6 Responses to “Android One smartphones might be released next week”

  1. simplynice93
    Twitter: simplynice93
    says:

    Waiting mode…..

  2. cyanide_juice says:

    Project Ara’s next, hopefully :)

  3. pisting yawa says:

    To those who are planning to buy locally branded OEM phones just forget their current Android phones lineup and wait for Android One phones reach the Philippine market. Reason: Timely Android OS upgrades like Google Nexus lines.

  4. cyanide_juice says:

    Yep. Having an option to go with a quad-core device under 10k plus the fact that it tags Google is something that is worth waiting. Plus 1 for Google!

  5. nemike says:

    this is why i love google.

  6. gor says:

    google is the best. support android. pang masa ang google

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