The Android One platform was presented by Google in the beginning of summer. It is a project purposed to help the phone- and tablet-producers in the developing markets to provide fulfilling experience for users. The arrival of the first smartphones part of the project Android One in India is scheduled for 15th of September, Monday. Hours before the introducing of the first models the retails Flipkart spilled the beans by including Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498 on its website for sales.
The characteristic of the pioneer device part of Android One include 4.5-inch display. It is packed with a quad-core CPU, MediaTek chip. It is set at 1.3GHz and it is paired with 1GB RAM. The listing of Flipkart reveals that the Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498 boasts 4GB storage which is expandable thanks to the provided microSD slot. The new low-end handset runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS. It comes with a pair of cameras. The main snapper is with a resolution of 5MP. The sensor on the face side is 2MP. It is powered by a 1700mAh battery set under the hood. It is a dual-SIM.
The manufacturer Spice is holding a large campaign for the introducing of the Android One Dream UNO Mi-498 via the social networks. The company already announced that the handset is coming to Flipkart. The retailer based in India will sell the model exclusively. After the bummer with the putting the phone for sales on its website, Flipkart has removed it. Few more hours and the Android One Dream UNO Mi-498 will be presented officially. The costs for the smartphone are $115. The handsets included in the Android One project will receive regular updates of the stock Android running on them. The third-party apps pre-installed on the devices will be only a few.