If you are not a Nexus or Android One user, chances are that you are among the majority of smartphone users who constantly rue of lack of software updates. Well if you are one of those and curse your smartphone maker for not offering regular updates, then here is a good news for you. A new Indian company, CREO, is all set to launch its first smartphone in the country with assured updates as well as “unique features which are never seen before in any Android device”.
CERO has also revealed its first smartphone, named as Mark 1, through a short film which is available on YouTube.
“At CREO, we’re committed to make better Android. And because we want to leave no stone unturned, we’re building both, the Operating System and the Smartphone. With our OS, we’ll send to our users super relevant updates that’ll keep Mark 1 running as just new. And not just that, we’ll also ship a big new feature with every update,” CREO said in a press statement.
“These updates will be an industry-first update system, driven by the ideas and suggestions given by Mark 1’s community of users. With it’s users at the core of their Brand promise, CREO aims to make Android better with features that aren’t available on any other Android device,” it further added.
As of now nothing much is known about this Android based Mark 1. However, various design elements are clearly visible in the video. To start with, the phone has a thick flat side metal panel with two speaker grills at the bottom. It seems to have a unibody structure with two trays on its right hand side.