Saturday, 14 November 2015

Cyanogen to bring cheap devices based on CM13 along with Marshmallow for $75

Cyanogen is slowly moving towards the path which has given Android one a platform to rise & made it popular among buyers but couldn’t taste the success the way Google want and now Cyanogen wants to start from were Android one left.

Cyanogen is working with multiple OEMs to develop a number of $75 devices targeting several markets. They promise high performance on inexpensive hardware by keeping software bloat at bay

Interestingly, the OS will make use of common APIs and SDKs to tie into partner apps directly, meaning that the OS developer doesn’t have to provide and preload a lot of apps itself. These apps can also then presumably vary slightly depending on the region or handset manufacturer, without providing overlapping software.

The phones will run CyanogenOS 13, based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It will come out early next year, while the ROM version (CyanogenMod 13) will be out sooner – by the end of this year or in early 2016. 

The Cyanogen team will see these devices through several major Android versions. The thing to look out will the partnership with others like Google did for Android One. 

Cyanogen is sticking to the budget segment of the market for now though, with prices targeted at the $75-$100 range. Cyanogen has also promised a flagship too.

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