According BGR India, one can’t take a picture if there is no microSD card inserted in the devices. The user cannot even save a file or download an attachment without external storage.

Powered by Google's operating system, the handsets, made by Micromax, Karbonn Mobiles India and Spice Mobility will be available online on Amazon's India website and at Flipkart and Snapdeal. The smartphone features a MediaTek quad-core processor and a 4.5-inch screen.
With Android One, Google aims to improve the quality of hardware and software by giving handset makers a frame of reference.
Currently, many affordable smartphones in India already offer customised versions of the Android operating system. In case of Android One, the eventual software upgrades on the Android One phones would come directly from Google.  This would give Google better control of the operating system and ensure users get a consistent service.
Google is also expanding Android One programme with Acer, Alcatal OneTouch, Xolo, HTC, Lava, Intex, Asus and Lenovo. It has also roped in Qualcomm for the chipsets.
Micromax will sell its handset on Amazon, while Flipkart and Snapdeal will be exclusively selling Spice and Karbonn merchandise, respectively.
The dual-SIM devices will sport a 4.5-inch screen with a quad core MediaTek processor, 1 GB RAM and 4 GB internal storage, which can be expanded to 32 GB. It will feature a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 2 MP front camera with replaceable battery and built-in radio.