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Stock Android is the purest version of Android available that has only the essential components needed to function. But where can you find it?
The Sharp S7 comes to Japan later this year as part of the Android One program. It promises 1-week battery life, but is that realistic?
Nokia brings Android One to the mid-range with the Nokia 4.2 Here's what thought of the phone after using it for two weeks.
The $350 unlocked phone comes to the US with three cameras, two years of Android upgrades, and a generous 6.3-inch display.
The Nokia 2.2 is the company's first Android One phone in its 2 series and brings about a low-cost, stock Android experience on a budget.
Nokia and Best Buy have temporarily slashed the price of the Nokia Pureview 9. Right now, you can own this great phone for $100 off.
The Nokia 4.2 is a mid-range phone that falls under the Android One initiative. Priced just $189, it starts shipping in mid-May.
Nokia just announced its latest phones at MWC 2019. Now its ready to launch the premier Nokia 9 Pureview with a nifty discount for the first week of March.
Nokia 7.1 and Motorola One both come with affordable prices, notched displays and should get updated to the latest Android 9 soon enough.
In today's In Brief, NVIDIA updates the Shield TV, the OnePlus 6T could work with Verizon, and more news that you need to know.
Android One is on the scene and more manufacturers are backing it. We should show our support and buy these brand new devices.
Motorola just jumped on board of the notch design trend with two new budget smartphones, the One and One Power. Both are part of the Android One program.
Many Android phone makers are offering phones with a notch these days. Well you'll soon be able to get one from Motorola too.
The Nokia 7 Plus is expected to arrive in the US at some point this year. While we wait, we take a look at how the phone stacks up against the competition.
Google and its partners have recently unveiled a host of new Android One and Android Go devices. But what's the difference between Android One and Android Go? Find out in this article.