India is now the largest and fastest growing market for smartphones and Google obviously wants to sell more and more Android devices out there. This objective is confirmed by the very Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, who said he would like to see smartphones priced at $30 about (2,000 rupees) for the local market.

Over the past few years, Google is trying to encourage manufacturers to make more affordable smartphones for the Android One platform, but so far the results are not so satisfying.

We have already seen how one company Freedom 251 try to sell the smartphone for $4 in India, although only produced 70,000 units, however will be interesting to see whether Google will be able to convince the smartphone manufacturers to release devices for $30. They certainly will not be high or middle class, but can provide basic services for people in the most difficult financial situation. Post from: GizBrain

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