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‘Spice’ brand to make a comeback in India as a joint venture with Transsion Holdings

The partnership aims to revitalize the ‘Spice’ brand and offer stylishly designed devices catering to the needs of the Indian youth.
by Abhishek Baxi3 weeks ago

Spice releases Android One phone version for Hindi speakers

Spice has just released something nice: the world's first Hindi phone. Well, actually it's just an Android One phone set to Hindi by default, but it's nice!
by Matthew BensonDecember 23, 20142

Android One expands from India to include Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka

After its launch three months ago in India, the Android One initiative is now coming to Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Symphony Mobile will launch its first Android One phone - the ...
by Gary SimsDecember 22, 20145

Android One phones can’t take pictures or save media without a microSD card?

We haven't tested these yet, but the guys at BGR have, and they found a potential flaw in Android One. It seems a microSD card is paramount for these devices' basic functionality!
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 15, 201448
 
 

First Android One devices are here, program to expand to more countries this year!

Google’s Android One program just made its official debut in India, with the first three devices from local manufacturers Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice set to go on sale today.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 15, 201466
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