With the date for Reliance Industries, the 44th AGM was announced, all current speculations about whether the company would reveal at the 5G JIO phone meeting which was highly expected, which was being developed in partnership with Google giant Tech, and the Timeline for the Jio 5G service launch.
There are also many conversations centered on Jiobook, low-cost laptops.
Online GMS events are scheduled for 2 P.M., June 24.
Reliance Industries AGM is usually an event for a large ticket announcement for various companies in stable. This year it is expected to be no different, and smart money is at the opening of 5G Reliance phones, and Jiobook laptops.
Jio 5G Phone: What we know so far
The 43rd AGM Reliance Industries last year turned out to be an Affair Gala because Tech Major Google announced that it was investing $ 4.5 billion (RS 33,737 Crore) for 7.7% of the shares on the Jio Platform of the Digital Reliance Industries subsidiary.
Among other things, Google and Reliance, tell them that they operate on a 5G budget phone. Generally baptized as a 5G Jio phone, it is reported to run on Jooos, the Forked version or a special version of the Google operating system, for optimized Jio application performance.
This project experienced delays due to lack of components such as memory and chipset, which also impacted other smartphone companies.
Although not much specific details are available at this time, market gossip has it that Jio 5 g of cellphones will be valued very interesting to be boses on the user of the budget segment. This is a jio technique that has been tried and tested, one where he managed to bind millions of users when he arrived as a telecommunications company.
The new 5G Jio phone is expected to be charged from Rs 2,500 to RS 5000. For notes, no 5G phones are available in India until now at prices that are even close to what Jio expected. His belief is that JIO has a plan to produce 10 smartphone crore in the next few years (this number includes 5G and other types of telephones).
Jio 5g service and Jiobook
Mukesh Ambani last year said that Jio has developed a 5G Made-in-India platform. “The new platform developed from the start will allow Jio to launch a world-class 5G service in India,” he said.
The US-based Jio and Qualcomm technology platform, which has taken stocks in the former, has announced that they reached more than a 1 Gbps milestone in the Jio 5GNR solution, utilizing the Qualcomm® 5G RAN (Radio Access Networks) platform.
Last month, the Department of Telecommunications (DOT) in India has provided a nod to telecommunications service provider (TSPS) to conduct a six-month trial for the use and application of 5G technology in India. More than a dozen telecommunications companies, both local and from other countries, have gone ahead.
Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jioinfocomm, Vodafone ideas and MTNL, which have been tied with the original equipment manufacturer and provider of Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and C-Dot technology, has been permission. Furthermore, Reliance Jiofocomm is also conducting a trial using its own customary technology.
As far as Jiobook goes, it is expected that it is not surprising, budget offers, aiming more in the education sector.
Speculation has a laptop will display a resolution of 1366 × 768, and a different variant is being tested. One has 2GB LPDDR4x RAM paired with 32GB EMMC storage, while others have 4GB LPDDR4x RAM and EMMC 5.1 64GB storage.
Low-cost components are sourced from different vendors. It might come with a mini HDMI connector for video output, wifi more than 2.4 and 5GHz frequency, Bluetooth, three axis accelerometer, and Qualcomm audio chip. JIO is said to work with a Chinese-based engineering company called Bluebank Communication Technology for laptops that are also expected to run on the OS itself.