Android One extends its roots in Africa, the announcement came over the past few hours and between countries which will be part of the Google initiative for emerging markets are Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya and Morocco. Hot Aten 2 will be the first smartphone that will try to conquer new market shares for the Android project One, available in two models and a variety of colors, the price will start from 17,500 NGN (about accent stripes) or with operator or contract free of any branding opportunities.
Hot Aten 2 adopts a 5 “HD, will come on the market with 1 or 2 GB of RAM (it will be the second most expensive), 16 GB of internal memory and a quad-core processor 1.3 Ghz MediaTek MT6582 in frequency. 2200 mAh battery should guarantee a high degree of autonomy, on the back you will find the sensor from 8 Mpxl while not missing a front-facing camera from 2 Mpxl for selfie.
Finally, there is also the option to expand the memory via microSD up to 32 GB only while the distribution though Android is entrusted to Lollipop 5.1.1 ready to be upgraded to the new version 6.0 Marshmallow.
The version with 1 GB of RAM will have a price of 17,500 NGN (about accent stripes) while for the one with 2 GB go up to 19,500 NGN (just under $ 100), prices right in line with the philosophy of offering models all share very similar hardware dedicated to emerging markets, with highly competitive prices and guaranteed upgrades from Google itself.