Google to launch Lava made Android One smartphone on July 14

Economic Times reports that Google is planning to introduce second generation of Android One smartphones. The new Android One phone is set to launch on July 14 in New Delhi.

For its latest Android One smartphone Google is partnering with Indian manufacturer Lava International. The phone has been developed in collaboration on hardware and software with Lava and chipmaker MediaTek. It will have improved specifications and an optimized Android OS.

The device will be priced around Rs. 12,000 and will be available through online and offline retail channels. Lava's Android One phone will feature 5-inch display, MediaTek SoC and 2GB RAM. This is an improvement over the first gen Android One phones that featured 4.5-inch display and 1GB RAM. Lava's Android One phones will be controlled by Lava and the company is positioned to provide an enhanced experience.

Google launched three Android One phones last year in India - Micromax Canvas A1, Spice Dream Uno, Karbonn Sparkle V. The Indian manufacturers did not have any involvement in case of design and development. These companies took devices from original device makers (ODMs) in China and had no say over hardware and software.

Lava will position the device as an affordable Nexus smartphone which will get regular software and security updates, the report added.

Kaiser Bey
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Google to launch Lava made Android One smartphone on July 14 Google to launch Lava made Android One smartphone on July 14 Reviewed by Kaiser on 7/03/2015 01:47:00 PM
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