Google launches its first affordable Android One smartphones in India

Android One

Earlier this month we announced that the 15th would be an event in India in which Google would give more details about their Android One program. Finally, Google has revealed all the details about Android One , the initiative aims intended to provide low cost Android handsets in developing countries.

Google has announced that it will release its first devices of this range through the initial collaboration of three mobile phone manufacturers . Micromax, Karbonn and Spice Mobile The most interesting feature of the new terminal is undoubtedly its price, as which may be acquired for a price of $ 105 to change . With this move, Google aims to capture a share of the Indian market, one of the areas where the use of smartphones is negligible, and much of the population has access to Internet.However, India is not the only country where marketed Android One smartphones :. throughout the year will be extended to Indonesia, the Philippines and other locations in South Asia By far, Google has confirmed it will release two terminals in India today and can be purchased through Amazon, Snapdeal and Flipkart. The software giant has been reported to take control of the updates they receive the applications supporting these terminals, in order to avoid bad user experience. In addition, they are making big efforts to adapt to the needs and circumstances of the citizens of these countries . For example, if users have a SIM of Airtel, may update their applications for free for the first six months without being charged megs downloaded. Not only that, but it will be available to download 200MB per month free applications.

Undoubtedly, this is a great initiative by Google. We leave you with the video of it: