New Android One device to be introduced on July 27 in India
Google introduced the Android One program back at Google I/O in 2014 in attempt to bring reliable, affordable devices to emerging markets. Google’s ultimate goal is to bring Android to more places around the world. The program began in India and has now expanded to many countries. Most recently, Android One arrived Myanmar and Pakistan. Android One is not going away any time soon. The company is proud to announce that today it has added Lava to its list of partners.
The new mid-range device by Lava International will be India’s latest Android One smartphone, and it’s coming on July 27. It will come with a 5-inch display, 2GB of RAM and be powered by a MediaTek processor. It’s still unknown whether the handset will come with 4G LTE but it’s more likely than not.
Android 5.1 Lollipop will be running upon startup and the price tag from Lava is set at Rs. 12,000.
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