The Financial Times is reporting that Google is considering relaunching its Android One smartphone throughout India in the coming months. Although it has now been official confirmed by Google it has no plans to develop a Rs3000 phone under the Android One project as first thought.
Its not the first time that Google has been rumoured to be relaunching their Android One smartphone in India and earlier this month the company launched the Android One smartphone in Thailand.
The news has been reported by the Financial Times after an interview with Google’s managing director for India and Southwest Asia. The Financial Times reports:
Android One is an important part of Google’s drive to replicate its dominance in traditional desktop search by building new businesses linked to its Android mobile operating system. It is particularly focused on hundreds of millions of first-time smartphone users in emerging markets such as India.
As soon as more information becomes available either via official sources or from those close to the Indian market we will keep you updated as always. The full story jump over to the Financial Times via the link belowFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News