Reliance AGM 2021 date, livestream details
The 44th Annual General Meeting (Reliance AGM 2021) of Reliance Industries will be held on June 24, i.e. today at 2 pm. The company also informed in its public announcement that the livestream of the AGM will be done through JioMeet for all the shareholders of Reliance. In addition, the event will be streamed live for the general public on the company’s two YouTube channels – Flame of Truth and Jio.
Jio 5G phone launch expected
Jio 5G phones are expected to be included in the announcements during the AGM. Work on this smartphone has been going on for a long time, in fact this phone was supposed to be launched by December. Let us tell you, Reliance Industries company Jio received an investment of 33,737 crores from Google in the month of July last year. The deal includes plans to make Android based operating systems for 4G and 5G phones. This operating system can be called JioOS.
The specification of Jio 5G phone has not been disclosed at the moment. However, it is believed that it could be mostly entry-level hardware.
Jio 5G network rollout may be announced
Apart from Jio 5G phone, a big announcement related to the rollout of Jio 5G network can also be made during the Reliance AGM this month. Reliance Industry Chairman Mukesh Ambani had revealed in December that Jio 5G service will start in India from the second half of 2021. The telecom company is working on testing with Qualcomm company before the public rollout of the next generation network.
JioBook laptop launch expected
During the AGM, the company can also share information related to its low-cost laptop, which may be named JioBook. It has been claimed that it will come with 4G LTE connectivity and can work on Android based JioOS. Given that Qualcomm and Google act as investors and strategic partners along with Reliance Jio, the JioBook laptop can be expected to run on any of Qualcomm’s entry-level chipsets.
JioMart service expansion
Jio has a JioMart service, which the company can spread more in the coming time. This is the company’s hyperlocal e-commerce and grocery delivery service, for which Jio also partnered with Facebook to use WhatsApp as the delivery medium. This year, we can see Jiomart being rolled out across India via WhatsApp.