Google and Xiaomi might partner for Android One smartphone

Xiaomi Mi 5X

Google has introduced the Android One project back in 2013 where the company collaborated with Indian brands and launched stock Android smartphones with promised updates. According to the latest report from the tech site Krispitech, The Google’s Andriod One project may be revived, and this time the company is partnering with Xiaomi. This means Xiaomi has collaborated with Google in order to take advantage of stock OS instead of traditional MIUI. However, the smartphone has recently spotted on the Indonesian telecom certifying agency called POSTEL.

Further, the report also states that the Xiaomi Mi 5X handset may be introduced as Xiaomi A1 with stock Android experience. Xiaomi is teasing the launch of its first dual camera smartphone in India, and if everything falls in place, Xiaomi’s Mi A1 will be first dual camera powered Android One smartphone. According to the device information image that is surfacing, the handset comes with model number, MDG2 sporting a 5.5-inches Full HD display.

Moreover, the report also suggests that the basic features of the Xiaomi Mi 5X smartphone will remain intact. The handset sports a 5.5 inches Full HD display, dual rear camera, and dual SIM slot. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 3/4GB of RAM. It features 12MP dual rear cameras and 5MP front camera. The connectivity options will include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 4.2, and USB 2.0. The device will be measured at 155.4 x 75.8 x 7.3 mm and expected to weigh around 165grams.

Stay tuned to PC-Tablet to keep yourself updated with the developments going on with the Google-Xiaomi Android One project.

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