Remember Android One? It's Google's program to get manufacturers to develop high-quality, low-cost (less than $100) smartphones running stock versions of Android for developing countries. These devices, which will be regularly updated just like the Nexus line, now look like they're round the corner.

Google has sent out invites for a September 15 event in India. No further details, not even where in the country the event is. We'll keep an eye out, though. [NDTV]

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They're putting all of this effort into stock Android devices for low-cost (which is great, don't get me wrong), but what about pushing stock Android on high-end devices? Can we focus on that a little?