Nokia will only be launching Android One smartphone from now onwards: Report

Nokia announced to launch only Android One supporting smartphone from now, to serve better to its low-cost smartphone using consumers.

Nokia, Android One

So here is one more latest news straight from the stage of MWC 2018, Barcelona Spain. HMD Global, company owning Nokia has recently announced that they will be launching their upcoming Android smartphones with Android One only. Which projects that the company will be joining the trend of Android One and will be helping low-cost phone users to get all the technical and professional updates on the go without any hassle.

Android One

The company declared officially that from now Nokia would only offer a smartphone with Google’s updated Android One. The prime benefit of this action is to increase the standards of operations of Android phones for the users who cannot afford a high-end smartphone. With Android One the company will serve its customers with a robust design, powerful battery backup, guaranteed updates high performance and a bloatware-free stock Android experience.

Android One is a particular line of Android smartphone that runs on the unmodified Android operating system. The Android One programme which was first introduced in 2014 is entirely different from the one who is having right now. This has been turned into Google original line or working.

HMD Global’s Chief Product officer Juho Sarvikas said that “Our entire range, except the Android Go Edition devices, will be Android One.” He also added “We want to be even faster with the latest innovations and we want to join forces on going to market…That’s the reason why Nokia phones will be joining Android One.”

With Android One, Nokia will be targeting the smartphone market with even more precise smartphone units. The low-cost or budget-friendly units of Nokia will help everyone to get the best of the technology in hand.

The confirmation of this news was also done from Google’s end. Head of Android Partnerships at Google in UK Mr. Fabian Teichmueller confirmed this by calling it as “seal of approval” from Google. Nokia is getting indirectly branded among the industry for its Android One Programme while Nokia will gain the benefit of attracting a wide range of smartphone buyers towards their smartphone as with Android One the users will get the best out of specs and features even in low-cost smartphones.


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