Google is all set to change the face of budget Android market, yet again. The company has finally announced a trio of phones under the Android One initiative in India in the form of the Spice Dream UNO Mi-498, Karbonn Sparkle V and Micromax Canvas A1.
Under Android One, devices will come with automatic backup on Google Drive, two-year software support from Google, carrier billing and some other additional feature such as Google Now integration for IRCTC train reservations, updated sports cards. Though, they will ship with Android KitKat 4.4.4 one can expect Android L when it is released officially. And because they are launching in India, the first devices will have support for seven Indian languages including Hindi.
As you clearly see, all three device carry almost the same specs, so there’s isn’t anything exclusive about any of these devices as far as the hardware goes. Now, it all boils down to the build quality, and the design choices made by the companies. And of course, there’s the question of after-sales service, which will be handled by the brand itself and not Google. So which one do you think looks the best of the lot?