1. Micromax Canvas A1– The Canvas A1 is one of the most popular and most expensive phone in the Android One lineup costing Rs. 6,499 on Amazon. Google has promised to keep its customers happy with their timely software updates for the phone.
    Buy Canvas A1
  2. Spice Mi- 498 Dream Uno– This is another Android One phone which shall be a recipient of the Android Lollipop update in the Indian market.
    Buy Spice Dream Uno
  3. Karbonn Sparkle V– It is the cheapest Android One phone costing just under Rs. 5,800 on Snapdeal. This is another good Android 5.0 phone.
    Buy Karbonn Sparkle V

Nexus Series


  1. Moto X (1st and 2nd)– These phone brought alive the hibernating Moto brand to life with their excellent functionality and aesthetics. (End of 2014). Buy Moto X 2nd genmoto g buynow table
  2. Moto G– A phone that I’ve used and found quite formidable for its pricing and equally impressive features is another candidate for the update. Both its versions launched in 2013 and 2014 (End of 2014). Buy Moto G.
  3. Moto E (1st and 2nd)– “Made to last. Priced for all.” The Moto E really holds true to its headline and has received all major Android updates till date and is announced to receive the latest Android Lollipop upgrade as well. (End of 2014). Get Moto E now.

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