The world’s first mobile “dragon” smartphone, powered by the Google-owned Android operating system, has finally made its way to India.
The device is called Dragon, a play on the Dragon mascot, and the news was first reported by the NDTV channel.
The news has reignited the debate over whether India’s government has any business interest in using the mobile operating system or whether it simply wants to get people to buy more of its devices.
India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, has repeatedly stated that the government has no plans to use the software, and that it is solely designed to allow developers to make Android phones.
But the news comes just days after the Indian government announced that it would not allow the launch of a new Android device until a final decision was made on whether or not to allow the public to use Android software.
Google, the company that produces the Android operating software, has been embroiled in a controversy surrounding the Android-powered Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones, which have become a target of smartphone piracy.
India has been looking to sell its first “Dragon” smartphone to the public, but it has faced some hurdles.
First, the device is designed to be portable and can’t be used in public places.
Second, the devices cannot be sold to Indian customers.
Third, the Indian market is not large enough for India to make a profit off of the sales.
But India’s chief minister, Jairam Ramesh, has said that India will sell the first Dragon smartphone to anyone willing to pay.
“We will offer it to anyone who wants it, but we will not sell it,” Rameshs spokesman, Gopal Varma, said.
India is the largest smartphone market in the world.
Last week, the government announced a package of incentives for Indian smartphone makers that will give them a $100,000 cash infusion.
The incentive package includes the creation of 50,000 new jobs.
India, which has more than a billion people, is home to some of the most technologically advanced smartphone makers in the developed world.
The Dragon phone, which costs about $500 and is made by Huawei, has a 1080p display with a 5.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 810 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 3000mAh battery, and a microSD card slot.