In September, Google’s Android One made its debut in India through some Indian smartphone makers, and now, the company is expanding its affordable phone’s area to Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
With this move, Google’s initiative to provide standard smartphone specs at an affordable price tag will reach to 200 million more people combined. Plus, Stock Android OS and direct firmware updates from Google will definitely give users a fluid experience on their phones.
Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will receive Android One powered handsets through a wide range of manufacturers and network partners including Micromax, Spice and Karbonn. In addition to that, Bangladesh’s native manufacturer Symphony will be launching its first Android One smartphone – Symphony Roar A50. Android One will be available in these three new markets within coming few weeks, confirms Google.