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LYF announces affordable Flame models with free Jio services

Published On : 07 Jul 2016


New Delhi, (IANS) Taking the smartphone war to an entirely new level, LYF, the smartphone brand from Reliance Retail, on Thursday announced four of its Flame smartphone models at an affordable price of Rs 2,999 that come with free Jio services for three months.

The four models on which LYF is offering the competitive price are -- Flame 3, Flame 4, Flame 5 and Flame 6 -- and every user buying these phones will get access to the entire range of Jio services.

"This makes LYF India’s most affordable 4G VoLTE smartphone and opens the doors to a digital life for millions of consumers in the country," the company said in statement.

The voice over LTE is a technology that enables the device to provide advanced features such as faster call setup, high-definition (HD) voice and video calling, seamless switching between voice and video calls and multi-party conferencing on a 4G-LTE network.

All four models run on a Quad core 1.5GHz processor which delivers a smooth and lag-free multi-tasking experience.

The screens feature an Asahi Dragontrail Glass for extra protection against dust and scratches.

The interfaces have been customised to operate on 10 different Indian languages for an enhanced digital experience.

The dual-SIM slots, a characteristic feature of every Flame phone, allow users to simultaneously use a 4G SIM in either of the slots.

All the models are equipped with a primary camera and a front selfie-shooter.







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