Remember how we brought you word on the Android One program during Google I/O 2014 last month? Well, that program is set to begin in India, which so happens to be the world’s second most populous country, prior to other spots around the globe. One of the earlier smartphones that will fall under the Android One program would be a handset from Micromax that was shown on stage, where it is touted to feature a 4.5″ display, dual SIM capability, an SD memory card slot and a FM radio, but beyond that, we know nothing. Apparently a tweet claims that the Micromax One will be the handset’s name, alongside its specifications that you can check out right after the jump.
— apmeena (@apmeena) July 4, 2014
Apparently, the handset in question, which is the alleged Micromax One, will feature a 960 x 540 resolution for its display at 244PPI pixel density, with a 5MP camera at the back, a microSD memory card slot, FM radio, black and white color schemes, as well as a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 running proceedings from under the hood. This leak also maintains a sub-$100 price tag, which should make it quite a keeping considering the hardware within and a speculated solid polycarbonate design.