Google may have kick started their Android One project in India last year, but the project failed to taste much of a success. However according to a new report by WSJ Google is all set to make some changes to their Android One Project and is closely working with Lava for their next device that will hit the Indian market soon.
According to the report Google is changing their strategy regarding the way they work with the hardware OEM for the Android One project. Apparently the report states that Google will now provide more freedom to the OEMs and allow them choose their own hardware and decide on a pricing for the devices. Google however will focus on the software department of these devices.
Furthermore the ‘Online Only' availability of the Android One devices was also a major reason behind the low sales figures of Android One devices. Nevertheless Google partially rectified their mistake with the recently launched Lava Pixel V1 device.
If the report is to be believed then Google is apparently working with Lava yet again to build a budget handset. Most importantly Google is tipped to implement their new OEM centered policy from the device onwards. Hence it won't be far stretched to expect a far superior Android One device this time around.