Well, few days back, the search engine giant Google unveiled its Android One project in India with three device launched at a very affordable price. These three handsets are the Micromax Canvas A1, Spice Android One Dream UNO and the Karbonn Sparkle V all having quite similar specs and priced around 6.5K INR only. At the launch time, there were may other handset manufacturers that had shown interest in this Google project and had promised to join this initiative later this year. If reports are to be believed, this December we would get to see the second batch of Andrid One handsets getting unveiled. Karbonn is likely to come with its one more Android One handset along with other Indian manufacturer Intex to join the club.
Revising the list of Android One hardware partners it includes some very prominent companies like Asus, Lenovo, HTC, Lava, Alcatel, Panasonic, Xolo and Acer. We can expect these companies to make announcements with their first Android One devices in the coming months.
Looking to the specs of the existing Android One devices, they include a 4.5inch display having 854×480 pixel resolution with dual-SIM support, 1GB of RAM memory, powered with quad-core MediaTek processor and a internal expandable memory. All these handsets have been launched with amazing offers with Google promising the latest software on launch for 2 years. Chipset manufacturer MediaTek has predicted that nearly 2 million Android One handsets would be sold in a year.