At the Google I/O Event a new program targeting the people who don’t have high budget to buy smartphones has got announced. This program is called as Android One program. Sundar Pichai, Vice President of Android announced this program. Under the Android One program, Android smartphones under $100 will get launched and the reference design for it has already been provided.
These smartphones will be launched by Indian companies Micromax, Karbonn and Spice. First it will be Micromax who will launch an Android smartphone under the Android One program of Google. It is great to see Google motivating companies to launch low budget smartphones. It seems that Google wants more and more people in India to have an Android smartphone, and that’s why it has decided to launched the very special Android One Program.
Android One program may definitely attract those who want to buy their first Android smartphone. This program may not attract those people who want their first smartphone to be very powerful and powerpacked with many good features. Smartphones under the Android One program are going to have basic features like 4.5 inch display screen, Dual SIM, SD card slot etc. Some people are saying that if smartphones launched under Android One program won’t have good processor or RAM, then this program may not attract many.
It will be exciting to see that whether companies will decide to provide at least a Dual Core processor or not in the smartphones which will be launched under Android One program. These smartphones will get success in India if they will have at least 512MB RAM. These days 1GB RAM has become a common feature, but then too people may adjust with 512MB RAM if the price of smartphones launched under Android One program will be affordable for them.
As the smartphones under Android One program will be launched especially for those who can’t spend good amount of money on a smartphone, it is expected that many good offers will get available. Google is trying to do partnership with certain mobile carriers so that smartphones under Android One program come with some very affordable connectivity packages.
I’m going to wait for the launch of the first smartphone under the Android One program. If this program launched by Google becomes very popular, then you may see that most of the people in India will have an Android smartphone. You can also check out http://facetimefor-pc.com