Sep 16, 2014
TnT Editor

Google First Ultra-Cheap Android One smartphones With Spice, Micromax, Karbonn

Google has officially announced the upcoming launch of Android One Smartphones in New Delhi, India, which comes with three series – Karbonn Sparkle V, Micromax Canvas A1, and Spice Dream Uno combines 4.5-inch FWVGA screen with a 854×480-pixel resolution, 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processors, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 5-megapixel rear with LED flash and 2-megapixel front cameras, dual-SIM slots, microSD expandable storage, 1700mAh battery, and FM radios.

Google first ultra-cheap Android One smartphones With Spice, Micromax, Karbonn

All three smartphones are based on the Android One platform that powered by Google’s operating system and targets to booming low-cost segment of the world’s fastest growing smartphone market. As an additional benefit of the Android One platform, the smartphones will come with Google Play Store installed and Google will provide two years of updates directly to the smartphones instead of the manufacturers.

In addition, Android One Smartphones also will be the first to receive the Android L release that update the new material design, improved battery life, enhanced security features, and smarter notifications. It also support for more languages, including Hindi, and feature more local publications in Google Play Newsstand.

The Karbonn Sparkle V will be available in Magnum Blue, Mild Grey, Wild Red and Pearl White colour, Micromax Canvas A1 will be available in Black and White colour, and Spice Dream Uno will be available in Black and White colour.

The first Android One smartphones – the Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice will be cost $105 and available from their respective online retail partners in India with physical retail store availability in early October that aimed at boosting sales in key emerging markets through cheaper prices and better quality software.

After launching in India, Android One phones will be expand to Indonesia, Philippines and other South Asian countries by the end of 2014 and in more countries in 2015.

The search giant also announced that in the coming weeks the YouTube app will get offline video playback in India which allow users to store videos via Wi-Fi on their Android device, and watch them later without data connectivity.

Promo video for Android One Smartphone:

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