The smartron cycle for update goes as:-
Step 1- Announce an update for old smartron phones that too when a new phone is going to launch so people trust and buy their new devices.
Step 2- Announce a tentative date so people will wait patiently for the update.
Step 3- Announce that the update has been delayed due to some hardware limitations or without specifying why the update is delayed.
Step 4- Let people wait for some days saying they are preparing the update and will send to Google for approval.
Step 5- Say that we are yet to send the update to Google.
Step 6- Announce the update has been further delayed due to some Google policies or approval issues.
Step 7- If you are lucky enough and the vendor still supports your processor you will receive a minor update with no big changes or a few bug fixes and with new bugs.
Step 8- Report the bugs and @smartron will deny saying that the issue cannot be generated at their end and will do nothing. OR will simply say we are planning new update till then the Chipset vendor would have stopped support for that particular chipset.
Enjoy your buggy phones or switch to other brands phone as no one will again buy this phones.
@smartron How do you not know the Google policies for releasing the updates and why after releasing 3 smartphones your updates are not approved by Google due to some or the other reasons