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New Delhi: Reliance Industries’ retail arm on Sunday rolled out two smartphones, which are 4G enabled for high-speed data and voice service.

“The entry level handsets LYF Wind 6 and LYF Flame 1 are equipped with high-end technology VoLTE and VoWi-Fi supporting network,” the retail subsidiary said in a statement here.

VoLTE and VoWi-Fi are voice over long-term evolution and voice over wireless fidelity for 4G service, while LYF is the brand name for the Mukesh Ambani firm’s smartphones, priced in the sub-Rs 7,000 category.

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“Our brand of smartphones provides high density quality voice and video calls, multi-party voice and video conferencing, WiFI calling, high speed internet and seamless switching of a call from the operator to other wifi networks,” said the statement.

Built on Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and one GG RAM, both devices feature a 5MP front and rear camera with modes such as blink and smile detection.

First Published | 28 February 2016 10:58 PM
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