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Will Android One be Coming to the U.S.?

If you recall Google’s Android One, you’ll remember that it was initially created to bring low-cost Androids to developing markets. The Android One, however, intentionally came without the hindrances of many other low-cost Androids. For example, lack of software, competing services, and security updates. Recently it was announced that the Android One will be bringing all those benefits to the U.S.
Most companies, ones that don’t appear in the media too often or at all, have been producing Android One devices for a while now. Companies like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile expanded the device. Google initially started detailing what components each phone would entail. The programs soon spread to other countries like Africa and even Spain.
It’s important that Google regularly updates as many of the Android One phones as it can. Especially when it comes to security upgrades. Along with preserving its reputation, Google wants to make sure that any device it backs is of the highest quality. Google has proven this with its smartphone the Pixel.
Android One isn’t as big as Samsung’s Galaxy series and might not have been the success that Google hoped for, but the device has opened a door for the company. There’s an opportunity to provide more Android options as well as make its own devices more available to its consumers.
Although it’s still too early to tell who exactly will be making the Android One for the U.S. Aside from Google, LG is another option. According to a source the phones are estimated to be due “before the middle of the year.”

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