Recently, Jio has announced its partnership with Google for making the cheap android phones in the Indian market, altogether Jio wants to reduce the influence of Chinese companies in the smartphone market in India, thus joining hands with Google.
This is a good news for fans and tech lovers who are eagerly waiting for the launch of affordable smartphones powered by Jio and Google’s partnership.
However if reports are correct, then the wait is about to end as soon as the Jio is on its way to launch its upcoming low-cost smartphone soon.
As per the report coming out from India Today, the smartphone is likely to be launched in the first quarter of 2021.
The report is enough to put out fire on the rumours that the phone is about to launch in Dec-20 as it is still in the testing phase and will take around three months to arrive in the market.
The report also disclosed the number of units will be manufactured, and it will be around 10 billion.
In the mid of this year in July, Mr. Mukesh Ambani has announced the partnership with Google to manufacture the low-cost 5G enabled smartphones in India.
Here is what Mr. Ambani said.
“We believe we can design an entry-level 4G or even 5G smartphone for a fraction of its current cost. To power such a value-engineered smartphone, we also need an equally value-engineered operating system, and such an operating system must be designed from grounds-up,”
According to media reports the company is rigorously working to develop the smartphone in India and asked the local Indian manufacturers to accelerate their production. According to the reports, the smartphone should be launched at a killer price range between 4000 to 6000 INR.
A report from Indian Express, the first smartphone from Google and Jio partnership will be launched with the name Reliance Orbic RC545L and powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon QM 215 SoC chipset with HD+ resolution with contains 1440*720 resolution.
Let me introduce Mr. Mukesh Ambani who doesn’t know him, Mr. Mukesh Ambani is the owner of Reliance group and the person who had brought the reliance phone to every indian reach in early 20’s.
It would not be wrong if we can call him the father of the phone revolution in India who brought the phone to every citizen’s reach in India.
Mukesh Ambani has launched Reliance Telecom or Rcom, Reliance communication was founded in 2002 as Reliance Infocom Limited with its CDMA network across India.
And afterwards it became Reliance Communication Limited in 2006 and GSM services launched by the company in 2008.
After having some dispute among Mukesh and Anil Ambani over property, and after the property sharing, Reliance communication’s reins come in hands of Anil Ambani and he took the company further to its expansion upto 4G network.
However, Anil Ambani couldn’t survive on this business and the company has announced its closure in 2019, but at the other hand, Mr. Mukesh Ambani however launched India’s cheapest 4G network Jio in sept. 2016 and now leading the market with over 405 million subscribers.
At the time of Jio launch, Mr. Mukesh Ambani promised to offer cheapest 4G plans in India and we have noticed that the promise is sustained till now.
Adding to the 4G network, Jio telecom has also launched the 4G fibernet services in India in last year.
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Jio fibernet is a 4G broadband service which claims to offer the cheapest broadband services in India.
Mr. Ambani is also on the way to launch the 5G services in India soon.
Considering the Chinese smartphone influence in the Indian market, Mr, Ambani has decided to offer affordable 5G smartphones in India.
We are hoping this initiative will reduce the dependency of Chinese smartphones in India and Jio will become the market leader in the smartphone segment.
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