HMD Global has already released a couple of Android One smartphones under the Nokia brand this year, and now the company is gearing up to do it again.
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If you’re a Project Fi customer looking for a new phone but these LG smartphones or the Pixel 2 XL aren’t interesting you, Google has a Motorola handset that might be more of your fancy.
The last time we saw the Motorola One was back in June, and now the smartphone manufacturer has made the handset official.
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At some point in the future, Motorola is going to launch another Android One smartphone, and today we might be getting our first look at it.