Reliance JioPhone 2: Here's How You Can Pre-order Jio's First QWERTY 4G Feature Phone Tomorrow
Reliance JioPhone2 (Photo Credits: Reliance Official Website)

Reliance JioPhone 2, next generation of a smart feature phone, was unveiled last month at RIL’s 41st AGM in India. The JioPhone from the house of Reliance Jio was introduced in India a year ago with an aim to cater buyer’s need for an affordable smart feature phone. To be priced at Rs. 2999, the new JioPhone 2 will be rolled out a successor to the original Jio Phone. Touted as a solid upgrade to its predecessor, the phone features a 2.4-inch QVGA display and a full QWERTY keypad. Reliance Jio GigaFiber Broadband Internet Plans Could Start From Rs 500 - Report

On the hardware front, the new JioPhone 2 comes packed with the same hardware as that of Jio Phone. The phone comes with 512MB of RAM along with 4GB of inbuilt storage, which is expandable up to 128GB of storage memory. For optics, the new feature phone from Jio comes with a 2MP rear camera and a 0.3MP front-facing shooter.

As far as the connectivity features are concerned, the new dual-SIM feature phone from Reliance comes with VoLTE, VoWi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The Jio Phone 2 runs KaiOS and is backed by a 2000 mAh battery. The phone will also come with popular apps such as YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp. Moreover, these three apps will also be made available on Jio Phone as well. Reliance Jio Phone 2 Priced at Rs 2,999 to Go on Sale on August 15; Offers, Specifications & Features

Here's how you can pre-order the new JioPhone 2:

  1. Interested buyers can pre-order the new JioPhone 2 from the company's official website - Moreover, the users can also head over to official Jio application - MyJio app.
  2. On visiting website or app, the users will require to click on 'Get Now' on the Jio Phone 2 offer page and follow the instructions for making the payment.
  3. After successfully pre-ordering the new JioPhone 2, the device will be delivered to you in the next few days post the sale is live. The best part is that Jio's first Qwerty phone will not replace the original JioPhone.