Android One Is Officially Heading To Europe

Recently, Google officially brought Android One to Africa through the Infinix Hot 2. Since then, the phone has made its way to Kenya and stands out as the first official Android One smartphone to be launched in the country.

With Africa out of the way, Google has set its eyes on Europe as it expands the Android One program. Spain and Portugal are the first countries to get Android One as Google tries to make smartphones available to the masses.

The BQ Aquaris A4.5 is the first official Android One device in Europe. This is not a premium device but that is not a surprise since Android One devices are not meant to be premium. It comes with a 4.5 inch display with a resolution of 540×960 pixels.

Android One is Google’s effort at making sure customers can get the best Android experience possible, without paying flagship prices. The company works mostly with lesser-known brands and has seen mixed results in the markets that it’s currently available. Unlike other budget Android smartphones, Android One devices will get OS updates as soon as they’re available and they don’t have any customer OEM software on top.


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