Google wants manufacturers to make devices of 30-45 euros with stock Android




Google wants manufacturers in the coming time will release Android devices with stock Android in its program Android One with a purchase price of the equivalent of between 30 and 45 euros. One current Android handsets are around 100 euros and thus expensive, finds Google.

The lower prices Google hopes its Android One apparatus to gain a larger market share in India, which is one of the biggest growth markets for the smartphone industry. A Google CEO says to Financial Times that the price between 2000 and 3000 rupees converted currently between 30 and 45 euros, looks like sweet spot to sell large numbers. The current generation of Android One devices is not only expensive, but manufacturers are also experiencing supply problems.

One of several Android devices includes mainly smaller manufacturers, which Google provides the aircraft updates. This is possible, because the design is different indeed, but many components are the same, such as the processor, display and memory. One Android phones like Nexus devices get fast updates with new versions of Android.

In addition, Google is developing more and more services that no longer assume that users have a fast data at their disposal. Therefore offline components have come from services such as Google Maps and YouTube. One of the other issues that Google has yet to address the severity of updates. Updates preinstalled apps can ask a lot of traffic per month, while not every user has access to a large data plan or WiFi.

It is unknown what the specifications will be the cheaper Android One devices. Google says that the new strategy should be seen in the coming weeks.


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