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Even Google's latest budget phone has a fingerprint sensor
It's been a while since we heard anything from Android One, Google's initiative to provide budget smartphones running up-to-date Android in developing markets. But the program isn't dead yet, as illustrated by the GM6 — a new Android One handset built by Turkish manufacturer General Mobile.
The GM6 looks as generic as you'd expect an Android One handset to, with a sweep of mid-range specs: 5-inch 720p display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, MediaTek MT6737T processor, 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front camera, and a 3,000 mAh removable battery. It also has fingerprint scanner built into its Samsung-shaped home button — a first for Android One, according to Phandroid. The inclusion of Android 7.0 (including Google Assistant) rounds out the contemporary features. Digital Trends had some hands-on time with the GM6 at MWC and found that performance was great, although the camera app was a little buggy.