Video:  Google Unveils 3 Budget Smartphones For Android One

Google Unveils 3 Budget Smartphones For Android One

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Google announced the first three smartphones that will be part of Android One, the company's initiative to bring affordable Android smartphones to developing markets. Each of the three devices, manufactured by Micromax, Spice and Karbonn, has a 4.5-inch display and will first ship in India. There are more than 1.75 billion smartphone users worldwide, but a huge opportunity still exists for companies like Google to grab the attention of the 5 billion people without mobile devices. Read More >>


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