All Android One Smartphones Will Receive Lollipop Update by End of January

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Good news for you, provided you are proud owner of an Android One-branded handset. According to reports, Google is set to make the new Android Lollipop update for all its users owning an Android One handset. As of now, there are as many as three different phones from Micromax, Spice and Karbonn.

Google has come across a boatload of criticism with the Android Lollipop that's running inside its Nexus devices. However, it is still hoping to make amends when it pushes out the same update to all the promised handsets in the list of upgradation.

Android One Smartphones to Receive Lollipop Update by End of January

With the update procedure for Nexus 4 and 5 smartphones out of the way, the company is currently planning to offer it to some of the Google Play Edition (GPE) handsets, although no exact release dates are available for the moment.

But next in line is the Android One smartphones. These handsets were released in India back in September, and are now awaiting the official Android Lollipop update that will replace their currently running KitKat OS.

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According to S Mobility's CEO, Prashant Bindal, his company plans "to provide Lollipop in our Android One devices around January 2015 and the update will be available for all Dream Uno users in India," IndiaToday reports.

Sadly enough, there's no information on when exactly the new update will arrive. However, January is all we have to offer at the moment. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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