Google's bid to appeal tojust got one step closer.
The search-turned-mobile giant is preparing to launch its latest range of smartphones, designed solely for the emerging market.
Invites are said to have been sent out to members of the Indian press for September 15.
That, some are saying, can only mean Android One devices are ready to be unveiled — the high-quality but low-cost smartphones first announcedearlier this year.
Details at this point are sketchy — no word yet on exactly where the event will be located, but it's understood to be in India, where a large portion of these devices are set to launch in the coming weeks.
The goal of the devices are to build devices similar to Google's own Nexus devices, but at a "highly affordable" cost, the company previously said.
Karbonn Mobiles, and Spice, are also hardware partners.
Devices will land in the sub-$100 price range, making them highly desirable in the emerging markets, not limited to Brazil, India, China, and Russia — so-called BRIC nations.
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