Google today announced that it is expanding its Android One program to Thailand. The company’s first smartphone in the country is the i-mobile iQ II, which comes with a 5-inch 720p HD screen.
Google today unveiled the second generation Android One handset from Lava in India — the Pixel V1. The handset has been designed from the ground up and features design inputs from the Indian OEM unlike the last time.
Google today announced that the first Android One handset — the QMobile A1 — is now on sale across retail stores in Pakistan.
Google’s Android One initiative might not have been as big of a success as the company had hoped for, but it has continued to expand the program to other emerging smartphone markets of the world.
Android One has been rolling out internationally for a bit of time now, and despite not being in as many channels as Google initially intended, the company is still supporting the effort.
Google has teamed up with local Turkish OEM General Mobile to launch its second generation Android One handset in the country.
More than three months after it released Lollipop, Google has started rolling out the update for its budget oriented Android One smartphones in India. As confirmed by Google’s +Caesar Sengupta, the update is currently being rolled out to a small number of Android One users in India.
Google today announced that it is expanding its Android One program to Philippines.
Google may have only just made Android 5.0.2 available for its Nexus devices, but it seems the company is already close to launching Android 5.1. The update is now shipping on select Android One handsets in Indonesia, and expected soon for Nexus smartphones and tablets.