If a couple of days ago we announced the possibility that Android 5.1 Lollipop was released next month, today seems a closer reality. As has appeared on the official website of Android One Indonesia, this is the next country in which landed Android One, the project of world domination to offer smartphones at competitive prices in emerging markets, according to the web it will come equipped with Android 5.1 Lollipop.
We might think that this is a typo if it were not for the fact that the entire web page refers to Android 5.1 Lollipop total up to five times, including in the technical specifications of the three phones to be launched.
In the official announcement does not refer to the version of Lollipop which will come equipped with Indonesian Android One, only clarifies that will be Lollipop, but when you consider rumors of 5.1 Lollipop for February, it appears that this will be real.
Android One still has not received the update to Lollipop, but what is absolutely certain is that the phones images display on the web are Lollipop, so we should not rule out giving direct jump to 5.1.
The website gives no clues about when Android One will be available in Indonesia, but the date chosen would be from February 5, when we leave doubts about whether these phones really come with Android 5.1, although it seems fairly certain that it will.
Android One has been deployed slower than Google expected formerly, but its arrival in Indonesia, the fourth most populous country, confirms that its progress is inexorable and plan to bring Android Mountain View every corner planet Earth will end up being a reality sooner rather than later.
Android One is a standard smartphone created by Google for Android systems, aimed primarily at people who buy their first smartphone and/or provided in India, the Philippines, in developing countries and in markets like Indonesia, etc. As the level of wealth is lower in these countries, fewer people can buy an expensive terminal. When it comes to a cheap terminal performance usually ends up causing problems to provide updates and good performance. Google in order to solve these problems, developed the Android One.
Android One offers the same performance wherever it is sold and whoever the Smartphone manufacturer is, and all have in common that Google is responsible for hardware design.
Operating systems are equipped with standard Android AOSP, the latest updates are provided by Google. Therefore, the model initially launched in 2014 will also be updated to Android 5.1 and it seems to be guaranteed. The warranty period for OS updates has become a maximum of two years from date and upgrades has been established a warranty period of 18 months on Google Nexus.