Google announced this morning the entering of Android One into the Philippines market, thanks to cooperation with leading partners Cherry Mobile and MyPhone. The devices, the Cherry One and MyPhone Uno, will launch in the coming weeks at affordable prices, but also bring the latest build of Android (Lollipop) to users.
“To help people in the Philippines save money on data, these phones will also include features such as Chrome browser data compression and YouTube Offline. And with the launch, our connectivity partners will be offering promotional plans to people who buy Android One’s that will help reduce costs for over-the-air (OTA) updates and app downloads from Google Play,” Google stated in a blog post.
The Philippines is the sixth market for Android One, but Google says there are plenty more on the way.