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Where and How to order a JioPhone Next for ₹1,999?

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JioPhone Next has been launched and its already coming to market on the eve of Diwali season, so if you are interested, here’s a quick guide on where and how to order it for ₹1,999, but technically with the ₹501 processing fee comes down to ₹2,500.

Key Features

To make an entry-level smartphone usable and fast for everyday use requires phenomenal engineering at the heart. Here, the JioPhone Next runs on Pragati OS, powered by Android OS that has been engineered by both Jio and Google to bring Pragati (meaning progress) for all while offering a seamless experience at an affordable cost.

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Reliance Jio’s partnership with Qualcomm has helped them use a Qualcomm QM215 mobile SoC, which helps to optimise device performance, audio and battery. This is paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage that’s expandable (up to 512GB).

You have a basic 5.45-inch (720×1440) display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. In terms of connectivity, you have both 4G LTE and dual-SIM support, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, a headphone jack, and a micro USB port. There are basic sensors like an accelerometer, light, proximity, and you also have a dual microphone.

Glad to see, Jio has put a respectable battery that ranges from 3,400mah (rated) to 3,500mAh (typical), this should give enough juice for an entire day. Also, if you closely notice, it is one of the few smartphones these days that has a removable battery, so even if someone’s battery is damaged two or three years down the line you can replace it.

For the camera, you get a 13MP rear sensor and 8MP front-facing shooter, for a ₹6499 smartphone, you cannot expect more. However, the close integration between Jio and Google has helped to get the best out of these two sensors, while you see the Camera Go app to be the default camera application being used.

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Google has carefully optimised the app for JioPhone Next and taking pictures doesn’t lag much because of this. Thanks to the partnership with Snapchat, the Indian-specific Snapchat Lenses directly in the application, you can take images with HDR, Night, and Portrait modes. For flash, you get a rear LED flash and display flash for selfies and yes, you can record 1080p videos at 30FPS from both cameras.

This smartphone is packed with key Google features like Maps, Search, and Nearby Share for offline sharing. Useful features like Assistant, voice interaction, text-to-speech, and Google Lens translation has been integrated carefully keeping the size of apps in mind, most Google apps use the “Lite” version to save space.

Price & EMI scheme

If you have a business mind like Mukesh Ambani you will not have to go to Harvard or MIT, just use the wealth and wits to solve the problems of customers. Yes, Reliance Jio with JioPhone Next is solving the biggest problem of Indians is making smartphones more affordable.

BREAKING: You can get JioPhone Next for only ₹1,999

More than 50% of our people are poor and a lot of them have no access to the internet or can afford their first smartphone. I have seen people in villages struggle to even get their everyday food, so for them, JioPhone was revolutionary.

Now, with JioPhone Next, the company continues to hold this momentum, you can get the JioPhone Next by paying only ₹1,999 and a processing charge of ₹501 to split your rest amount up to 24 months and that’s 2 years! Meanwhile, with a broad range of plans, you also get data and calls included in the monthly EMI scheme.

Where to buy?

Well, you won’t have to work much to get the new JioPhone Next, you can via Jio stores near you and these “Made in India” smartphones are assembled at Reliance’s Tirupati and Sriperumbedur facility. 

Alternatively, you can also book the JioPhone Next can on Jio’s website and click the ‘I’m interested’ tab by giving your phone number. Having given all your details, the JioPhone Next will get successfully booked.

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Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.


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