10:50 03rd Jul, 2015
Google To Launch New Android One Smartphone By Lava
This time, both hardware and software are developed by Google and Lava together unlike the previous batch.
Google is all set to add an additional new device to its Android One series where smartphones are claimed to receive the latest updates first.
The search giant in association with Indian mobile maker Lava is reported to bring out the forthcoming Android One smartphone on July 14 with a price tag of Rs 12,000.
This means that the new Android One smartphone will be having improved specifications and an optimised Android OS with applications and services co-developed by Google and Lava.
It is worth noting that during the previous batch of Android One smartphone, the company took devices from original device makers in China and had no control over hardware and software of the phones.
The new Lava Android One smartphone is also said to be coming with a 5 inch display along with a 2 GB RAM which is a significant update over the first set of Android One devices that sported 4.5 inch screen and 1 GB RAM.
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