Pre-bookings for JioPhone Next to start by next week: Report

Before its launch on September 10, the company has geared up for the pre-bookings of JioPhone Next by its users, reported 91mobiles.

India’s most affordable smartphone offered by the Reliance industries’ (conglomerate Jio and Google) JioPhone Next, can now be pre-booked from next week, said a recent report. This news floats in after the phone reveals its cover in the second week of September. However, the date remains tentative as no official confirmation has been displayed about JioPhone Next bookings by the company.

Before its launch on September 10, the company has geared up for the pre-bookings of JioPhone Next by its users, stated 91mobiles. The report said that Jio has initiated talks with retail partners regarding JioPhone Next pre-bookings and more information will be shared with them in the coming days.

The device features were leaked by an unknown source, however, the price is expected to range at 3,499. With this not only within the national boundaries, but JioPhone will also qualify its stance by being the most affordable smartphone in global terms that can certainly help the company to augment its reach to places with extensive approaches.

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani had proclaimed its latest JioPhone Next at the conglomerate’s annual general meeting in June.

JioPhone Next will be backed up with Qualcomm Snapdragon 215 processor along with 4G reach. The device will arrive in two variants: 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM. The device will have a 16GB variant and a 32GB variant respectively for internal storage. With an entry-level lens, it will possess an Android 11 set-up by Google with a 5.5-inch HD display, a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. This camera will come with interesting Snapchat features (as per the latest rumours). The smartphone will comprise Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Google Assistant, screen reader, language translator etc.

Source Mint
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