The world’s most widely used operating system has been making its way to the US for several years now.
And now it’s arriving in the UK too.
Google is introducing Android phones to the country for the first time next month.
The new devices will be available for pre-order on Google Play and Amazon and include the latest Android software, which is already available in the US.
They are also expected to feature a fingerprint sensor, as well as NFC (near field communication) technology, which can be used to send text messages, video calls and email.
And it’s not just phones, but also tablets, which are being rolled out in the country.
It’s also expected that tablets will have the ability to stream music and video to a TV or projector.
But while Android phones have been available in other parts of the world for some time, the UK is the first country in which they will be offered in a limited number of devices.
Google confirmed the new phones on its Android blog and said they were targeted at users with disabilities and who are concerned about their phones.
Google said:”The UK is a country that has been slow to adopt this technology, and it’s time we took advantage of the opportunity to introduce these new devices to the market.”
The announcement comes on the heels of a similar announcement by the UK government in April.
It announced the rollout of a range of “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices in the run up to the general election in 2020.