Jio has not confirmed when the JioPhone 5G will be making its way to the market but the device has been on the radar amongst leakers for months. Thanks to the rampant leak culture in the tech market, details about the JioPhone 5G have surfaced online. The device is said to be priced in the 8K to 12K price segment which makes it a steal as it reportedly comes with 5G capabilities and a 90Hz refresh rate display. Check out all the details about the JioPhone 5G below –
JioPhone 5G details
The JioPhone 5G is code-named ‘Ganga’ according to the leak and the model number for it is LS1654QB5. The details about the device have been leaked by Kuba Wojciechowski in association with 91Mobiles. The device is rumored to be titled as ‘Jio Phone True 5G’ and could be released alongside LYF soon. The leaks suggest that the JioPhone 5G comes with pre-installed Android 12 with a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen and 90Hz refresh rate. The device is expected to house Qualcomm’s entry-level flagship chip the Snapdragon 480 SoC.
Along with the entry-level chip, the device will also come with 32GB storage and LPPDDR4X RAM of 4GB by Samsung. As the device is all set to enter a competitive market, it surely comes with competitive specs. It’s expected to come with two rear cameras, one 13MP main shooter, and a 2MP macro sensor. Whereas, the device is expected to come with an 8MP sensor in the front for selfies/video calls. Connectivity will surely be a strong suit for the device as it is being released by a telecom company. It will come equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth version 5.1. The device will reportedly come loaded with Google mobile services and Jio apps. It is not clear whether the pre-loaded Jio apps can be removed, my guess is probably not, but time will tell.
Besides this, the JioPhone 5G is expected to have a 5000 mAh battery which will support 18W fast charging. It is also rumored to feature a Syntiant NDP115 always-on AI processor inside. Reliance had previously shared that it is collaborating with Google to introduce low-cost 5G smartphones in the country. The company also revealed that it has made a total investment of 2 lakh crores to bring 5G to India. It looks like India’s future is bright.. eh, sorry, FAST!