Is launching an Android One phone in the US a good idea? - Android Authority (blog)

Earlier this week, Android fans in the US got alerted to a rumor that came as a bit of a surprise. An unconfirmed report from The Information claimed that Google wants to expand its budget-focused Android One phone program into the US sometime in ...

Google could bring supercheap Android One phones to the US - CNET

Folks on tight budgets may get another Android option to choose from if Google brings a supercheap Android One phone to the US. The report comes by way of tech blog The Information, whose original story lives behind a paywall. With the launch of the ...

Report: Google wants to bring its dirt-cheap Android phones to the US - BGR

Google last year sacrificed the Nexus brand for an entirely new line of high-end smartphones. The Pixel phones became quick hits, especially following the Galaxy Note 7 disaster, even if they're not as affordable as most Nexus phones used to be. The ...

The current state of custom ROM development - Android Authority (blog)

Part of the fun of using Android has always been customization. There's something exciting about the fact that two people using the same device and the same version of Android can have completely different experiences through icon packs, launchers, and ...

Android One phones may be arriving in the United States in the coming months - Android Police

Google started the Android One initiative back in 2014, with the goal of partnering with manufacturers to develop low-end Android phones that would receive updates directly from Google. All Android One devices have 18 months of promised updates ...

Android Nougat vs Android Marshmallow: What's new? - AndroidOrigin

Android Nougat Features As more and more devices receive the Android Nougat update, users will want to know the improvements it brings over Android Marshmallow. Android Marshmallow was released in October 2015, while Android Nougat made its way ...

Google To Launch 'Low-Cost' Android One Smartphones In US - International Business Times

Google aims to bring its Android One product line of low-cost smartphones to the United States this year, according to The Information. Details for Android One's U.S. launch are still being finalized, but The Information reports the first phone in the ...

Google Wants to Start Selling Low-Cost Android Smartphones in the US (Report) - Variety

Google is getting ready to mix up the market for lower-cost smartphones: The company plans to cooperate closely with a hardware manufacturer to release a handset priced $300 or less in the first half of this year, according to a report by The Information.

Google extends its Project Fi referral program indefinitely - Phandroid.com

Back in December, Project Fi began a new referral program which would give a $20 credit to both new and existing customers. This credit could only be used towards their bill, but hey, free money is always good. Originally, Google stated that the ...

Android One Phones to Come to US Mid-2017 - XDA Developers (blog)

Google is rumored to finally be bringing the Android One line of smartphones to the US. An exclusive report from The Information states that the first phone bearing the brand could launch as early as mid 2017. It is believed that the phone will be ...