We had earlier talked about how the makers of Teewe are attempting to come up with an Android based operating system that would be treated to updates every month. Since the hardware and the software would be readied by CREO, the device is expected to offer better performance and user experience.


The phone is dubbed CREO Mark 1 and the company promises that with every update, not only will the users be treated to bug fixes, but also new features as well. CREO had been funded $3 Million from Sequoia India, Beenext ventures and India Quotient in order to help them build the Mark 1.

Now an invite has given away the launch date for the CREO Mark 1 as 13th of April. This is what the company had to say about the Mark 1 “At CREO, we’re committed to #MakeBetter Android. And because we want to leave no stones unturned, we’re building both, the operating system and the smartphone. With our OS, we’ll send to our user’s super relevant updates that’ll keep Mark 1 running just as new.

Updates have been the perennial problem with Android smartphones. Except for the Nexus and a few other phones, most of them miss out on timely updates thus endangering the user experience and also storming up security concerns. Cyanogen has already been working on monthly builds since quite some time and even the Nexus phones are being treated to a monthly Android update but the remaining lot are usually left in the lurch.

CREO Mark 1 hopes to address this problem by staying relevant with the update and baking in all the necessary things in the update. We also hope that the CREO OS is not burdened with the weight of heavy UI overlay and is as stock as possible. That being said, the company is yet to reveal the specifications of the phone and also divulge further details about their OS.

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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.