Google has decided to bring Android One back into the market and General Mobile is the first smartphone creator to incorporate the updated feature into its latest GM 6 model. In fact, the partnership of both companies proved that Android One will remain in the tech market after all.
Android One was released by Google a few years back. Although several updates to Android iOS features had been released in recent years, tech enthusiasts did not anticipate that such would return to the market anytime soon. As reported by Digital Trends, the feature will allow users of low-cost smartphones to update their Androids straight from Google. In fact, the release of such did not earn as much popularity but with its continued partnership with General Mobile, circumstances could improve for the iOS.
In other news, Android Authority reported that the smartphone hardware platform will have features similarly found on higher-end handsets. With respect to the flagship model that will cater to the hardware, the General Mobile GM 6 will be a 5.0 in. phone with a MediTek MT6737 processor, incorporate 3G of RAM, a capacity of 32GB on board storage, will have a 13MP rear camera and 8MP for its front camera with selfie flash, powered by a 3,000 mAh battery, and will have the fingerprint sensor in front of its home button.
Although there has been no official announcement on the pricing of the General Mobile GM 6, reports indicated that the stock Android experience suggests a lower-priced smartphone which will initially be available in Turkey alone. However, there is a possibility that the brand will be sold in other markets in the months or years to come.
The Android One hardware may have been undeveloped in recent years, but it is apparently back in the market with the General Mobile GM 6 model. Will the feature overshadow that of Android Nougat and Android Oreo?