Cyanogen has unveiled a sampling of their plans for 2016, featuring a few ambitious ideas to gain some footing in the mobile market.
The company behind the uber-popular Android custom software-maker, CyanogenMod, posted a tweet from their presentation at Big Android BBQ Amsterdam, outlining their road map for the new year.
Most prominently, Cyanogen is planning to include their CyanogenOS firmware in a number of entry-level smartphones.
— CyanogenMod (@CyanogenMod) November 12, 2015
Cyanogen promises that, with the support of “multiple OEMs”, these devices will cost around $75, be available in multiple markets and will be backed by constant OS updates and revisions. This could include Micromax, who have already released a low-cost smartphone shipped with CyanogenMod, the Yu Yuphoria.
Also, there are hints that Cyanogen will be releasing a flagship device, which will include their custom firmware.