Jio SIM laptop
The country’s leading telecom company Reliance Jio can bring a laptop with a SIM laptop after bringing the smartphone and 4G feature phones. Such a company would raise the average revenue per user. The company owned by Mukesh Ambani, Jio is negotiating with Qualcomm to bring laptops working on Windows 10 operating system. Built-in cellular connection will also be given in this laptop. Already with Qualcomm Jio and Reliance Retail, the 4G feature is working for the phone.
- Laptops will be built with Qualcomm
Miguel Noons, senior director of product management at Qualcomm Technologies told the Economic Times that, “Talking with our friends is going on. They can take devices that come with data connections and content. “In addition, the chip maker is also talking about bringing Snapdragon 835 laptops with cellular connectivity with the Internet of Things (IoT) brand smartphones. Smartron has confirmed this news. Miguel Noons said that the laptop with average cellular connectivity would be the second device after smartphones per user. Apart from this, Nunus said that 14 operators have shown interest in this new category, including US Verizon, AT & T, Sprint, and major carriers of Germany, Italy, Britain, France and Australia.
Cellular connectivity will be available
Miguel Nunes, Senior Manager, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, told the Economic Times, “We are in talks with Jio. They can take us the device and connect it with data and content. In addition, the chip maker is also talking about bringing Snapdragon 835 laptops with cellular connectivity with the Internet of Things (IoT) brand smartphones. Smartron has confirmed this news.
The demand for technology boom
In addition to Jio, Qualcomm is working with big companies making laptops. It includes HP, ASUS and Lenovo. With this, 14 major operators present in the country have shown interest in joining this new initiative. These companies include Verizon, AT & T and Sprint. Countries like Germany, UK, France and Australia, not only India but also operators of this country are also interested in this technology.
According to the counterpoint data, about 50 lakh laptops are sold every year in India. Most of these laptops are connected to home or public Wi-Fi.
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