All latest Android phones run on Android Oreo at the moment and Google has recently launched the Android One which is like a stock Android operating system only running on the latest Google Pixel and Nexus phones. The major difference is that all Android phones from third party manufacturers would run on Android Oreo while Android One would support all feature phones coming directly from Google – including Nexus and Pixel. <!–more–>
Android one is basically designed for first time users in emerging markets. The main feature here is a stock Android-like experience. It has features like Google assistant, Google apps, Google support among many others.
Google Pixel and Nexus phones come with stock Android-like feature which is the purest form of Android, Google’s mobile operating system. So what’s the difference of Android One from stock Android?
Android One has additional features like sim settings where if you have a dual sim phone you can choose your default sim card for sms, data and calls. Also Android One has limited storage space so it might need an additional micro SD card to store photos and screenshots.
The list of devices that run Android One are Moto X, Xiaomi M1, Xiaomi A1, Y Mobile X1, Y Mobile S1, Y Mobile S2, General Mobile GM6, General Mobile GM5 and General Mobile GM5 Plus.