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Google plans to launch Android One phones at a price of less than $ 50
Revealed yesterday Rajan Anandan , managing director of Google in Southeast Asia and India in dialogue with his newspaper, the Financial Times about new information concerning the project Android One , and Google was aimed at last year’s launch of its Android One that up phones that operate with a copy Android crude and get fast updates to All categories.
Google has sold the first generation of Android One devices at a lower price of only $ 100, but unfortunately this project did not achieve the success that was hoped for Google, but the search giant previously said it would not abandon Android One project.
Rajan Anandan said that the reasons that did not allow for the project to succeed Android One who aspire to Google is marketing reasons mainly, where these phones are sold only online often, and not in regular stores.
Which form difficulties of the average user targeted by Google for these phones, especially in developing markets such as markets targeted by the company.
Rajan Anandan said in his interview with the Financial Times that Google would launch Android One project in India, and will focus on the launch of phones priced at less than $ 50, the price of these phones have up to $ 30 only.
He stressed that Google will announce in the next few weeks, new details concerning the development of Stdechlh on Android One company that provides raw Android experience for all food categories and project updates.
The company Google has announced Android One initiative to enable manufacturers to offer smart phones sold for less than $ 100, during the opening session of the Conference of Google’s annual developers Google I / O 2014.
He also pointed out that the smart phone will receive direct support from Google with respect to the operating system, and works with a copy of raw Android and get updates-you-go along the lines of Nexus series phones.Viewing:-170
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