When it first launched in June 2014, Android One was envisioned by Google as a way to bring the mobile platform with its latest updates and features to easily accessible budget phones in developing markets. It’s now branching out to target more countries with a wider range of devices, with the new Moto X4 that’s debuting in the US as an example. The Moto X4 is the first Android One handset to become available on American soil – we heard that the program was set to launch there, back in January – and it’s designed to work with Google’s Project…This story continues at The Next Web
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