Jio has introduced JioBharat B1, an upgraded iteration in the JioBharat series, based on the success of the JioBharat V2 and K1 Karbonn models.
Jio, a major player in both telecom services and offering affordable phones, has introduced the latest addition to its JioBharat series, named JioBharat B1. This budget-friendly device builds on the foundation of its predecessors, the Jio Bharat V2 and K1 Karbonn models, offering modest enhancements while staying true to its cost-effective ethos.
Listed as the Jio Bharat B1 series on Jio’s official website, this basic 4G phone offers a slightly enlarged 2.4-inch screen and a 2000 mAh battery, all within an accessible price of Rs 1,299. While the product images suggest the presence of a camera, specific details like megapixels remain unknown.
A notable feature of the JioBharat B1 is its pre-installed Jio apps, which allow users to enjoy movies, videos, and sports highlights. Jio claims support for 23 languages in this phone, underscoring its commitment to inclusivity.
However, it is important to note that as per the information provided on the website, Jio Bharat phones are exclusively compatible with Jio SIM cards. Currently, Jio Bharat B1 is available exclusively in black color. In short, the Jio Bharat B1 series represents an affordable option for users who want a basic 4G phone with a slightly larger screen and better battery capacity, in line with Jio’s mission of making connectivity accessible to all.