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Android one

             In many of the developing countries there are many people who do not afford to buy a good smart phone. But Sundar Pichai(Google's senior Vice President and head of Android,Chrome and google apps ) is collaborating with the local smart phone manufacturers and releasing the smart phone at a very low price. Google wants to introduce google one devices under 100$(₹6000*). So that it is affordable to everyone and Google is also assuring everyone that every new update which they release will be released to those phone for  2 years and more.

            Many manufactures like Micromax, Karbonn, Spice, Alcatel Onetouch, ASUS, HTC, Intex, Lava, Lenovo, Panasonic, Xolo and chipmaker Qualcomm, MediaTek Acer, etc. are contribution in fragmentation of market and are coming forward to become a part of this project. 

              Sundar Pichai, an India-born senior vice-president of Google, first unveiled Android One during his keynote address at Google's annual event in San Francisco in June. The project, he said, would cement Google's position in the low-cost smartphone segment for the "next billion" users, especially in developing countries like India.

Android one is first launched in India and Google will releases this project all over the world.

Android one in India

       Google collaborated with Micromax,Spice and Karbonn and released a range of devices in India. The idea is to roll this out in other emerging markets of the Philippines, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan in the months to come.

      Google has unveiled its first set of Android One low-cost smartphones in the Indian market, partnering with Indian hardware vendors Spice, Micromax and Karbonn. The three phones will be available online on Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal and are available offline in Reliance Digital, Croma  and The Mobile Store etc..

  1. Micromax Canvas A1

     2.  Karbonn Sparkle v

     3.  Spice Dream Uno