Google's first Android One-powered smartphone has appeared in a listing at an Indian retailer site, revealing new details.
During the announcement of the Android One project aimed at budget-friendly smartphones at the I/O conference in June, Google confirmed its partners for Indian smartphone manufacturers such as Micromax, Spice and Karbonn.
Earlier this month, Google sent out press invites for a 15 September event in the Indian capital New Delhi. The event will mark the debut of highly anticipated Android One smartphones featuring stock Android, native applications from Google Play and automatic Google updates.
It now appears that one of the first Android One-based smartphones is from Spice, reports AndroidOS, which has received exclusive information from a source familiar with the matter about the specifications of the smartphone.
According to the disclosure, Spice's Android One handset will cost 6,999 INR [approximately £70.]
It will sport a 4.5in IPS LCD display with resolution at 854 x 480 pixels. It will be powered by 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor, paired with Mali-400 graphics unit.
The device will pack a five megapixel rear camera and a two megapixel front camera with video recording at1920 x 1080 pixel.
Additionally, it will use a 1,700mAh battery and support dula-SIM functionality. Other key features include Android software version, 4.4.4.
Following the leak, the Spice smartphone has made an appearance at Flipkart, a leading online retailer in India. The listing on the site confirms all the aforementioned technical specifications. It also reveals the name of the handset, which is Spice Android One Dream UNO.
The product page for Spice Android One Dream UNO has now been removed. Below is a screenshot of Spice Android One Dream Uno at Flipkart.