Is it Worth Buying Android One?

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Android one which is the latest rival to Moto e released by Google Inc. in association with partners. People are curious about their money being spend for the smartphone at smart price for smarter experience. Here are some of the eyes popping discussions that might be helpful for you in deciding for buying the product.

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What makes Android One special?

Android One is the model released officially by Google. This is the first and foremost reason for the android lovers. Today everyone loves the Google’s latest release of android version 4.4 Kit-Kat. This has been the preference of the most people. Android One offers the best of software experience with the three hardware partners. Google has released this Android One with the hardware partners of Micromax, Karbonn and Spice.

What makes the three Variants different?

Android One comes with Micromax as Micromax Canvas A1, with Karbonn its Karbonn Sparkle V and Spice as Spice Dream Uno. All of them are 4.5 inch powered by 1.3 GHZ Quad-Core processor. 1GB RAM and 4GB internal storage is also compact for these low-range smartphone. All the three offers the best of their camera quality with 5MP rear and 2MP front camera. All the three offers price with slight variations. This is because of no other special reason but for only branding. It’s up to the choice of you people to go with your lovable brand and choice depending on service centres and overall hardware experiences.

Why Android One is Unique from Other Competitors?

All android smartphones irrespective of the version of android uses their own software layer i.e. they uses Android Open Source Project (ASOP). While Android One could give the Pure Android Experience without any hassles. So when you decide to buy this smartphone remember this model provides a best experience for the beginners of android and a great opportunity for smartphone lovers who are tired of buying the high-range android smartphone.

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