The Reliance JioPhone Next has been invited to a Google investor meeting. During a Q3 results call with investors, Google parent Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai discussed Reliance Jio’s upcoming inexpensive smartphone, developed in collaboration with Google. Reliance stated earlier this week that the JioPhone Next would run on Pragati OS, based on Android. In addition, Qualcomm’s 200 series chipset will power the phone. Reliance Jio’s Neolync factory in Tirupati and Sriperumbudur will assemble the made-in-India smartphone. Unveiled the phone at Reliance’s 44th annual general meeting on June 24. At the company’s investor meeting, Pichai said the following regarding the JioPhone Next:
JioPhone Next is set to launch in India around the time of Diwali.
According to Pichai, the JioPhone Next will be released in India around Diwali.
As critical to Google India’s operations as JioPhone Next
People eager to upgrade from feature phones to smartphones are driving demand in India, according to Pichai.
The JioPhone Next gadget comes with premium localized features.
Part of what excites him about the Reliance cooperation in developing a phone is investing beyond simply English and getting languages and local needs right for people to allow many more people to benefit from a smartphone.
There is a strong demand for JioPhone Next, according to the company.
“It is, in my opinion, establishing the groundwork. The demand we see is a kind of digital change, and it’s palpable, “According to Pichai. “Overall, India, like the rest of Asia Pacific, is an intriguing market for us.”