It’s confirmed now! Android One devices from Spice, Karbonn and Micromax are subjected to receive the Lollipop upgrade in the next few weeks. During the launch of Android one program in India Google itself notified that the devices coming under Android One series would receive regular updates from them.
The update was already rolled out first on Nexus devices then to Moto phones and particularly Android One phone users were eagerly waiting for the update however there were no sign neither from the mobile manufactures nor from Google but just there was an assurance of Google that it will be available.
All the three mobile firms launched the following devices under the program: Micromax Canvas A1, Spice Dream Uno and Karbonn Sparkle V. The devices features with the following specifications: 4.5 inch screen with FWVGA display, 1.3GHz quad core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal storage, 17000mAh battery, Android Kitkat Update upgradable to Lollipop, rear camera of 5M and front one of 2MP.
The devices were launched at Rs. 6,499 however the prices have decreased a bit now and can be purchased at around Rs. 5,500 after a recent price drops.
Google yesterday launched three new Android One phones in Indonesia stating that Android Lollipop 5.1 will be available for them however for Nexus devices and Moto ones Android 5.0.2 were made available. May be 5.1 removes all the bugs as seen in the previous versions and we expect that this newest version to be made available for these devices.
Android Lollipop Availability for Micromax Canvas A1?
As our site is particularly based on Micromax phones and you might have reached this page to know about canvas A1, then please be informed that all the three Android one phones would receive the upgrade at the same time.
You can check the official post made by Google India on their Google+ page for more information. They have stated the update will be available in next few weeks however didn’t specified any particular date. We will surely let you know once the update is released out officially.