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Google working on low-cost smartphone aimed at emerging markets
The Hindu

Micromax, Karbonn & Spice to launch sub-$100 smartphones throu...

In a bid to reach out to the next billion users in emerging markets with a special focus on India, Google has introduced a new initiative called Android One at Google I/O 2014, its ongoing annual developer conference¬†at Moscone Center, San Francisco.¬†(Our ... Medianama, 3 weeks ago

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Daily Bhaskar

Android One: Micromax, Spice and Karbonn big winners at Google I/O

Google announced a new project that aims to bring low cost (in fact cheap) high-end phones to smartphone buyers. The search giant announced the Android One initiative today in partnership with three Indian smartphone manufacturers. This Google ...
 Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago Android One: Win-Win game for Micromax, Spice and Karbonn  Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago
Economic Times

Google to tie up with Micromax, Karbonn, Spice for India affordable devices

India will be the first country where these devices will be launched, before going global, intensifying competition in the already crowded segment of the market. Consumers can expect the smartphone to have a screen less than 5-inches, a basic set of features ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago GOOGLE'S LOW-COST ANDROID ONE TO HAVE INDIAN TOUCH  TMC Net3 weeks ago GOOGLE 'C' : LOW-COST ANDROID ONE TO HAVE INDIAN TOUCH  4 Traders3 weeks ago Google to tie up with Micromax Karbonn Spice for India affordable devices  Big News Network3 weeks ago

Competition in low-cost smartphone market intensifies as Intex, Spice and others launch cheaper versions

Smartphones in India have had an entry point of Rs 5,000, catering to which has helped Micromax, Karbonn and Lava play the price game against global rivals NEW DELHI: Competition in India's low-cost handset market is heating up with vendors such as Intex, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Emerging Markets Embracing Low-Cost Smartphones as Competition Rises  ETeknix.com1 month ago Where's Indian smartphone market heading?  ITvoir.com1 month ago
Fone Arena

Micromax, Karbonn and Spice are the first Android One program members

Google just unveiled its new program called "Android One" at their I/O developer event today, in San Francisco. This program, which involved creating attractive low cost Android smartphones using reference hardware and stock software, already has three ...
 Fone Arena3 weeks ago

Google Eyes Emerging Markets With Android One

Android One will launch with three providers in India this fall: Micromax, Karbonn, and Spice. 0shares Google today opened its I/O developer conference with Android One, an effort that will help bring its mobile OS to emerging markets like ...
 PC Magazine3 weeks ago Google Inc. Targets Emerging Markets With Android One  Motley Fool2 weeks ago

Spice Stellar Glide Review: A Bland Budget Offering

We can't assert enough that the budget smartphone race is heating up now in India, especially with multinational brands launching more and more affordable products. Spice is one of the Indian companies that has had Android smartphones in the ...
 NDTV1 week ago Spice Stellar Mi-600 with 6-inch qHD display, Android 4.4 listed online for Rs. 9999  Fone Arena4 weeks ago Spice Stellar Mi 360 Review-An ideal budget smartphone for physical keyboard lovers  The Mobile Indian1 month ago Spice Stellar Mi-360 First Cut-QWERTY is back  The Mobile Indian1 month ago
APN News

Mozilla to Release Firefox Smartphone for Only 1500!

Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox web browser, has tied up with handset makers Intex and Spice to bring smartphones priced at USD 25 (Rs 1,500) to India in the next few months, a move that may redefine the ultra-affordable mobile phone market in ...
 APN News1 month ago Mozilla to bring Rs 1500 Firefox smartphones to India  Hindustan Times1 month ago Gamechanger? Mozilla gets Spice, Intex to bring Rs 1,500 Firefox smartphones to India  Indian Express1 month ago Mozilla to launch sub-Rs 2,000 smartphones in India  Times of India1 month ago

With Google's Android One, expect sub-$100 phones from Micromax and others

Google is working with at least three Indian manufacturers to develop a sub-$100 smartphone for the Indian market this fall, getting Android software into one of the fastest-growing major mobile markets. Roughly that would mean smartphones which are ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Sub-$100 phones from Micromax and others running Android L coming soon  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Sundar Pichai shows off Google Micromax phone which will launch in India soon  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Google I/O: With Android One, sub-$100 phones from Micromax and others coming soon  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago

India a Hotbed for Inexpensive, Next-generation Smartphones

India has become the battleground for a new generation of low-cost smartphones, with Google, Microsoft and Mozilla all hoping to lure new users onto their platforms and services. A recent report from telecommunications equipment vendor Ericsson ...
 CIO India2 weeks ago India a hotbed for next-generation smartphones on the cheap  NetworkWorld3 weeks ago
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