Google publicized on Monday that launching its first Android One device in Pakistan in collaboration with QMobile.
The QMobileA1 can now be obtained from retail outlets across the country after Google’s Asia Pacific Blog announced.
‘Like all Android One Phones, the QMobileA1 combines high-quality hardware that has been checked by Google with the latest version of Android and all of the features that come with it.”
The newfangled device features include: 4.5 inch touch screen, 1.3GHz quad core processor, 5 megapixel rear with an LED flash and a 2 megapixel front camera. 1GB RAM and 8GB of built-in memory. Dual-SIM, Android 5.1 Lollipop. The device is available against Rs11,500 and can be grabbed from any QMobile outlet in Pakistan.
Google said that phones on the Android One platform will have Google’s new Material Design interface up to twice the working pace, and a special battery-saving feature.
One year ago, Google had publicised the Android One standard with the asserted aim of addressing the mobile computing requirements of those in emerging markets. However, it announced the first batch of Android One phones in September 2014 in India.
Android One is a standard that Google created to target first-time smartphone buyers initially in underdeveloped countries. Android One phones run the latest and fastest version of Android and are automatically updated to the new version soon after its released as claimed by the company.