JioBook, a low-cost laptop with an embedded 4G SIM card: Reliance Jio.
For the JioBook, Reliance Jio has teamed with Qualcomm and Microsoft to power its computer chips and provide compatibility for some apps. JioBook a low-cost laptop 4G SIM card is introduce fully now.
According to two people who spoke to Reuters, Reliance Jio will introduce a low-cost laptop with an inbuilt 4G sim card for $184 (about Rs. 15,000), hoping to duplicate the success of its low-cost JioPhone in India’s very price-sensitive market.
For the JioBook, the Mukesh Ambani-led conglomerate has worked with two global powerhouses: Qualcomm, which is powering its processing chips based on Arm technology, and Microsoft, which is supporting some apps. With more than 420 million customers, Jio is the largest telecom provider in India.
The laptop will be made accessible to business users this month, including universities. Government agencies, with a consumer launch likely within the next three months, according to sources. One of the people with intimate knowledge of the situation told Reuters that “this will be as large as JioPhone.” According to Counterpoint, JioBook is introduce the device has been India’s best-selling sub-$100 (roughly Rs. 8,200) smartphone since its late-year launch, holding a fifth of the market for the past three quarters.
According to one of the sources, Flex, a local contract manufacturer, would produce the JioBook, with Jio hoping to sell “hundreds of thousands” of them by the end of March. According to Counterpoint analyst Tarun Pathak, the introduction of the JioBook will increase the overall addressable laptop market sector by at least 15%. Now JioBook, a low-cost laptop 4G SIM card is introduce for all.
Jio’s own JioOS operating system now be useable on the laptop, and programs may be download via the JioStore. When Jio introduced affordable 4G data plans and free voice services in 2016, as well as the 4G smartphone at a price of just $81 in 2020, it is credited with upending the world’s second-largest mobile market. Jio raised about $22 billion (nearly Rs. 1,80,000) from international investors such as KKR & Co. and Silver Lake (nearly Rs. 6,600).