Creo promises a new Android smartphone every month with the Mark 1
The Creo Mark 1 teaser starts with an update prompt listing several improvements and features on their Android-based Fuel OS -- Much like OnePlus does with the Oxygen OS.
Are you familiar with the feeling of being bored with your phone even though you bought it just a couple of months ago? Creo, previously Mango Man, has launched a teaser suggesting that their upcoming phone -- Mark 1 -- morph into a new smartphone every month.
Creo was earlier Mango Man, the company that made the Teewee streaming device. With recently acquired funding, the Bengaluru-based team of 70 is on a mission to build a phone running their own OS.
The Creo Mark 1 teaser starts with an update prompt listing several improvements and features on an Android-based Fuel OS.
The company seems to be following the popular approach of combining OS and phone to offer a better overall user experience -- Much like OnePlus does with the Oxygen OS -- than just overlaying stock Android with a skin.
One issue that could potentially plague the company is quicker updates to the latest version of Android. But that doesn't seem to be their prime motive. According to their blog posts, the company is more focused on making Android feel more exciting.
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