Unique features with expandable storage in low budget | Unique features with expandable storage in low budget

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Telecom company Reliance Jio has developed the JioPhone Next smartphone in collaboration with Google this festive season. It has been in the news in India as well as abroad since its launch, which comes with an affordable range and many unique specifications. After that the pre-booking of the phone has also started. The made-for-India smartphone is available at Rs 1,999 only and the rest is paid through easy EMIs over 18 or 24 months. The affordable smartphone can also be purchased without financing for just Rs 6,499. Jio phone next comes in blue color. The smartphone flaunts a 5.45-inch touchscreen HD display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels.

The smartphone comes with a volume button and a power button. The phone has a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top, and a Micro-USB charging port at the bottom. The smartphone has a rear camera and a speaker with Jio branding. The display is big and good for those who like to play games along with streaming videos/movies. The smartphone runs on the new OS. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon QM-215 chipset coupled with 2GB RAM plus 32GB internal storage, which is expandable up to 512GB via microSD card.

JioPhone Next has pre-installed Google apps including Google Play Store, YouTube etc. Users will also get all Jio apps pre-installed like other Jio phones. The phone also comes with a voice assistant that helps users operate the device (open the app, manage settings, etc.) and access information/content in their familiar language from the Internet easily. The phone can also translate text in 10 major Indian languages ​​with dual-SIM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v4.1, 4G support for fast connectivity. Talking about the camera of the phone, it has a 13MP camera plus an 8MP sensor at the front. The smartphone packs a 3500mAh battery. It comes with a 5W charger inside the box. The phone is with MicroUSB port. JioPhone Next offers decent performance at a very reasonable price. This is definitely the case for the millions of users who still use feature phones and are planning to shift to smartphones.