JioPhone in Best Price in Rs 1999 with 4G
JioPhone Next is here with us! Yes, you’re going to get it at Rs 1.999 with lots of small prints! And in this quick video, I’m going to talk about everything related to JioPhone Next. If you want to shift from an entry-level/feature phone, to the JioPhone Next then should you shift? If yes then why/why not! I’m going to talk about everything! If this video benefits you, then do hit LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! Let’s open the box! It’s JioPhone Next printed here. On the back, there are a lot of details talking about the Jio Apps & its specifications. Which I’ll cover in the video. Let’s open the box! This is light! It seems like there’s no battery in it. We’ll check. Ok! There’s a JioPhone Next guide & documentation. Yes, look at this! I feel like I’ve gone back to 2014/16! Because the battery is included, which means it has a removable back. What cable is this? I doubt it’s USB Type C. Let’s check. This is a micro USB cable, USB Type C isn’t available. And this is a 7.5W charger. That’s all that you get in the box, let’s keep everything aside, & we’ll look at the phone. This is very light! It has a plastic back & there’s no fingerprint sensor! Instead there’s a Jio logo here. Ok, let me put the battery in! Alright, the plastic back! Look at this. It looks as if I’m 5-6 years back in time. It’s like how I used to unbox phones back then! It’s a 5.45” screen phone but it seems a little bigger. And the weight must be about -No, I don’t know, it feels weird in the hand! 160g? Let’s find out! It must be 160g. Yes it’s light & small with a 5.45” screen. Let’s find out. 160-165g? It’s 170g! Yeah, so the weight’s ok. And I can already see the bezels, can you see them? Look at those bezels! That too reminds of the time gone by. Ports & Buttons – On the right, there’s a volume rocker & a power on/off button below it. Below, there’s a micro USB port & a microphone. And on the top, there’s a 3.5mm jack. That’s about it! And yes, you don’t have a fingerprint sensor. Wow. Specifications – It comes on the Qualcomm SD QM215 SoC, which was launched in 2019 so it’s 2-2.5 years old. There’s just 1 variant, 2GB RAM+32GB storage. It has a 3500mAh battery & a 7.5W charger. Remember, the SD QM215 SoC is based on 28Nm fabrication technology, so if you use the 3500mAh battery more, then I’d say the battery is on the lesser side. Display – It’s a 5.45” HD+ display & I’d say it’s ok. It’s not very bright. If you’re outdoors, then you might have a problem viewing it, so yeah. But you get Gorilla Glass 3 protection & in this price range, you don’t get GG protection but it’s here! OS UI – Before the launch we talked about PragatiOS. I was using it for a while & it’s a merger between Android Go & Jio customizations. And many features are included which aren’t available on other phones at this price. Eg) Read Aloud – Meaning if you want to hear the voice of the text on a page & don’t want to read it, you can do that. [Read Aloud audio] You can translate any page in any language. This is Hinterland, meaning if people who want to switch from a feature phone to this one in the rural area, it translates language from english to hindi/marathi/etc. And yes there’s voice assistant feature as well. This OS is based on Android 11 with September’s security patch. Cameras – On the rear, you get a 13MP camera with LED flashlight & on the front, you get an 8MP camera. And it’s ok. I’m showing some pictures on the screen from the rear & front cameras. I’ll say it’s ok. This is a basic phone but the camera features include HDR mode, night mode & there are many Snapchat filters as well. So yes the camera app features are good. And among the Google apps, the call/dialer app is by Google but the messaging app is from Jio. Friends, you’ll have to use a Jio sim card on this! 1 sim should be Jio & you’ll have to use its data only, because we tried putting in our other network sim cards but it didn’t work. Secondly, for the Rs 1,999 price, you’ll have to get their 18/24 month plans compulsorily! Only then you’ll get the Rs 1,999 price. If you get defaulted & are unable to pay the amount within 18/24 months, then your phone can get turned off! Yes, there’s a provision that if the financier doesn’t receive the money, then it’ll be turned off. The RAM type is LPDDR3 & the storage type is eMMC 4.5, it’s not even eMMC 5. And it shows when you use it. The phone is very sluggish & even if you install medium sized apps, you’ll have some issues. Yes, for lite apps it won’t be a problem. To talk about BGMI, then forget it! Yes if you want to play it on low settings or very low settings but you won’t have much fun. To talk about the AnTuTu scores, we couldn’t run it as it was taking a lot of time. It just arrived. And we’re going to do an FAQ on this phone so if you have any questions then COMMENT then below! We’ll make a video on them in the next 2-3 days & we’ll cover that too! Finally, what do I think about the JioPhone Next at Rs 1,999? I’ll say that this is an entry-level budget category phone. And those who don’t have money upfront, & if you want a phone below Rs 7-8K or even below Rs 5-6K, then this can be an option. But there are many red flags! You’ll have to use a Jio sim only! The plans for 18/24 months will have to be paid monthly! The effective price, if you want to buy it upfront, is Rs 6.5K! So if keep a benchmark on the price, I’d say it’s ok, it’s not that great! No, it’s not! And like I said, ask your questions in the COMMENTS below & we’re going to 1 more video on this phone! So that’s about it about the JioPhone Next! That’s all for this video, until the next one, Keep Trakin & Stay Safe!