Google’s Android One smartphones targeting Filipino masses will be sold for below PHP5,000 (US$113).
2015 looks set to be the year that Xiaomi’s rivals catch up in terms of strong specs for low prices.
Bangladeshi phone maker Symphony Mobile, in partnership with Banglalink and Google, unveiled the Symphony Roar A50, a budget smartphone which runs on Android One. Priced at BDT 8,700 (US$111), the Sym...
With an aim to make smartphones accessible to an estimated 200 million people, Google today announced the sale of Android One phones in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka in “the coming weeks”. Google’s...
The offline feature will allow users to download a movie over wi-fi at home, and then watch it offline on a mobile device, thus saving on data usage.
Arriving first in India, this is the first installment of Google’s promise to offer a stock Android experience at an affordable price.
YouTube offline will resolve one of the main pain-points for budget smartphone users in India - unreliable and unaffordable downloads.
The budget smartphone market has just got shaken up again with the unveiling of Google's Android One in India at $105. Here are 5 ways in which it’s a disruptor
Before Google's phone could arrive, Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart has pressed ahead by launching a range of budget smartphones, starting at about US$45.
Google I/O 2014 had a lot on display, including protesters raging against the megacorp Brin and Page built. Some of them were actually gaming related. Razer announced a new micro-console, Google decid...