Amid the official release of Android One smartphones today, Google has additionally announced that they are wanting to grow this project with to more nations later this year with the assistance of nine new brands locally available. Asus, HTC, Panasonic, Acer, Lava, Xolo, Intex, Alcatel Onetouch, and Lenovo would announce Android One smartphones in near future.
In an official blog entry by Sundar Pichai himself, it has been declared that the Android One project will grow to Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal before the year’s end, with more nations set to follow in 2015.
Starting now, MediaTek was the main SoC supplier for these low priced smartphones. Anyhow now, Google has affirmed that Qualcomm will soon begin supplying handling chips (SoCs) for future Android One smartphones. At the value purpose of $100, it could be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 which was published as of late with inbuilt 4G LTE network support.
The Android One smartphones which were reported on 15th September will get Android L update as soon. Would we be able to see 64-bit Android One smartphones?