Google launched budget smartphones in the name of Android One project in India early this year. Now Google has declared that the program is consistently extended to cover Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The Android One devices are relied upon to go on sales in these nations on the nearing weeks.
The reason behind Android One is to give better cost efficient hardware from reliable local manufacturers, with Google controlling the software side of the project Android One. At present, Indian Manufacturers Micromax, Spice and Karbonn have released smartphones under the startup project, and the promising new release in Bangladesh will see the presentation of local manufacturer Symphony’s handset.
In these countries — with a combined population of over 200 million people — a wide range of manufacturers and network partners such as Banglalink will begin to sell Android One smartphones. In addition to Micromax, Karbonn and Spice, Bangladesh’s own Symphony will launch their first Android One phone with the Symphony Roar A50.
All these devices will give people a high quality mobile experience for an affordable price, running stock-Android with updates from Google.
Google will be propelling the program in more nations in 2015.