We all know very well that the Android One project, in recent times, has received some important reinforcements for its continuity. After the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi launches the Mi A1, now Motorola may be next to join this concept.
This Smartphone Will Be The First Android One Branded Device From Motorola
The Android One project, in recent times, has received some important reinforcements for its continuity. After the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi launches the Mi A1, now Motorola may be next to join this concept.
Thinking about the neediest and most difficult markets to access technology, the tech giant Google launched the Android One project in 2014. Initially focused on India, then it quickly expanded to other countries as well.
For the success of this initiative, the tech giant Google joined in the first phase with brands from several countries that have launched Android One versions of some of its most economic models. In the second generation, other countries had the opportunity to enjoy this project.
After a period with less news in this project, 2017 seems to be a year of the revitalization of the offer, with big brands associating with tempting offers. Recently Xiaomi introduced the Xiaomi Mi A1 with 625 processor, possibly being Android One with better features so far.
Well isn't this interesting… pic.twitter.com/QrC8bJz1pX
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 9, 2017
According to Evleaks, Xiaomi will not be the only one to join this project, with Motorola already preparing an Android One device. In a shared photo, Evan Blass shows a smartphone with the double camera, identical to the Moto X4, but with the logo of Android One.
If we confirm the characteristics of the Moto X4, then this smartphone comes with a screen of 5.2″ FullHD, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The dual camera features a 12 MP f/2.0 sensor and 8 MP f/2.2 sensor, with the front camera having 16 MP. It will have a 3000 mAh battery with fast charge, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Android 7.1 Nougat without bloatware or brand additions, just like the Nexus and Pixel devices.
With this news, the concept Android One is increasingly getting more interesting, beginning to cover other audiences different from those that had initially proposed.
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