Reliance Industries Ltd’s telecom unit reportedly is looking to bring 10 millions low-cost phones based on Android One OS by later this year. As we know that Reliance Industries has received so many global companies investments made clear company fully debt free just before its global to reached in next year March 2021.
Reliance Jio owner “Mukesh Ambani” had cleared to world’s self developed 5G ready Home development solution for next 5G Spec term. Jio made it clear that once our whole network is ready to adopt 5G once Government agree to roll out it as public.
Reliance had received INR 35,000 approx investment from Alphabet patent Google Search Engine Giant to working with Android OS for Indian customers at the home country and it will also bring low-cost Android smartphones and cheap 5G smartphones into the others global cheap markets.
As per today’s reports says, Reliance Jio is planning to launch 10 milions low-cost phones running on Android 10 by later this year 2020 and as early 2021 will be build on Google’s Android Platform.
This will complete nightware to all present Chinese smartphones brands like Xiaomi, Realme, Vivo, OPPO, OnePlus, Infinix to taken on cheap pricing at afforable range smartphones. There days, current sigtuations isn’t in favourable of Chinese company as India-China Border clash in Velly.
Recently, Government banned over 118 Chinese Apps include a popular game PUBG mobile, PUGB Mobile lite. If Reliance brings low-cost phones is running on Stock Android at affordable range, then it will be golden change for Reliance Jio to take on smartphone market share in every first time.
Reliance , India’s most highly-valued company, in July said Alphabet’s Inc’s Google will invest $4.5 billions in its digital unit. Recent a week ago, Reliance Jio Fiber made 30 days plans as a trail basic and rates will be more affordable then before costlier plans introduced in the month of July.
Reliance has sold nearly 33% of its digital arm , Jio Platforms to raise 1.52 trillions rupees ( $20.20 billion ) and has won the backing of global financial and tech investors including Facebook Inc, Intel and Qualcomm.