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Old 18. Sep 2014, 09:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
IO.Hazard
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Thumbs down No, it won't

Android One is an interesting move, but paying 100 dollars for a decent phone is not a new thing:

http://www.cnet.com/news/alternative...d-one-in-asia/

The only really interesting thing about One are the official updates the user will get for 2 years, although I never trusted legal terms and the "Receives automatic Android updates for up to 2 years." makes me wonder why they included the "up to" term and what the specific conditions are.

The second thing that intrigued me is the inclusion of a SD Card slot, as Google rendered the SD Card almost useless in KitKat and now seems to support it, even though Android "L" is just around the corner. Does it mean "L" will get rid of the stupid SD Card limitations of its predecessor?

We'll just have to wait and see what happens in the months to come.
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