What you need to know about the new smart phone from Reliance Electronics

As a smart phone owner, I was expecting Reliance to offer a smartphone with some premium features.

But what I saw instead was a phone that is mostly made of plastic and plastic looks, sounds and feels like an old phone.

It’s not a smartphone for people who like old phones.

It’s a smart airphone.

This is a phone designed for people with the smart phone savvy.

These people will want to keep their devices charged at all times.

They’ll also want to have a lot of data on their phones at all time.

It has built-in GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy.

Reliance will be launching a new smart airphones in early April.

So, what’s new?

It is a smart phonet.

It uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor, which is faster than the one used by Samsung.

It also uses Bluetooth, NFC, Wi‑Fi, Bluetooth Low-Energy and Qualcomm’s own Wi-Gig technology, which makes it possible to transmit data using the phone’s wireless connections.

There is also the addition of an AMOLED display and a large battery.

The phone is priced at Rs 2,000 ($299).

There are two variants of the phone, a 6-inch and a 7-inch.

The 7-incher has a 6.3-inch screen and a 3000mAh battery, while the 6-inchers 4-inch has a 5,400mAh battery.

The Reliance Smart Airphones are meant to be used for all kinds of tasks.

For example, people who want to be productive while at work can use the phone to listen to music while they work.

People who want a quiet place to play games can use it to do so.

Those who are travelling for business need a smartphone to check in with the hotel staff.

A smart phone is a great way to keep in touch with people around the world.

There are three major types of smart air phones.

There are the Smart Phono Smart Phones, which offer an AMMO radio for use with AMOLING panels on smartphones; the Smart Phone, which has a camera on the front; and the Smart Airphone, which offers a phone call or text with the same sound quality and features as the phone itself.

All three types are available in the Indian market.

Reliant says that they will be releasing more smart phones and will launch a series of smart phones in the coming months.

Reliable and reliable?

Reliance’s smart airPhone has a 3.5mm jack on the back for connection to a wireless headset, so you can use an external wireless headset while using the smartphone.

Reliability is important, as many smart phones have been made to be reliable.

So it’s a good sign that Reliance is aiming at reliability in its phones.

What about its performance?

The device has a quad-core Snapdragon processor with a 4.5GHz frequency, a quad‑core Adreno 540 GPU, and a 1.4GHz GPU.

The smartphone also has 4GB of RAM.

It can be charged from the USB port, and it has 802.11ac Wi‑fi.

The screen is 5.6 inches by 4.8 inches.

Relias smart phonton comes with a 5 megapixel camera.

The device runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

The handset has a microSD card slot and supports Micro USB, USB-C and Lightning charging.

It is priced around Rs 2.75 lakh ($324).

The company says that Reliant is also working on the smartphone’s software and its firmware, so that users can have an easy time switching between different versions of the smartphone and its features.