MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS/AP) — Google is introducing a low-priced smartphone in six African countries where most people can’t afford an Internet-connected device.

The phone announced Tuesday is made by Infinix and will cost about $87. It will be sold in stores in Nigeria and offered by online retailer Jumia in five other countries: Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, and Morocco.

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Infinix worked with Google on the “Hot 2” phone as part of a program called Android One that made its debut in India last year.

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Android One represents Google’s push to lower the prices of smartphones in less developed parts of the world where computers are considered a luxury.

Google consults with device makers to build cheap phones that can still run the latest version of its Android software.

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