Lyf launches Wind 4s and Flame 7s: Price, Specs and Features

Lyf Wind 4S

Reliance launched its own line of mobile phones with the Jio sim in it, under the name Lyf mobiles. This October, Reliance introduced two new models: the Lyf Wind 4s and the Lyf Flame 7s, each with the price tags 8999rs and 4060rs respectively, attached to them. Let’s take a quick overview on their respective specifications.

With a 5 inch touchscreen, the Lyf Wind 4s offers you 2GB RAM, with 16GB of storage capacity, which can be expanded up to 128GB. If I were you, I would be already thinking of all the junk I could fit into that trunk! It does have a bit slower processor of 1.3 GHz compared to the others in the race. Imagine, all the photos you can click with an 8-megapixel rear camera. The 4000mah battery can sustain your unlimited music, chatting, browsing, gaming and most importantly you for a whole day and a half. What more do we expect in a world where everyone is chained to chargers? It supports 3G and 4G both, with WiFi connectivity and GPS. It operates on android 5.1 OS, and has two slots for sims. The Lyf Wind 4s is available in three colours, namely blue, brown and black (being my personal favourite).

Lyf Flame 7s

The Lyf Flame 7s provides a 4-inch touchscreen¬†and 1GB RAM. Not much for today’s generation, but it gives you 8GB of storage capacity, which is expandable up to 32GB. It promises you 5-megapixel rear camera with flash and a 0.3-megapixel front camera. Running on Android 5.1 OS, it has a 1800mAh non-removable battery, with 1.5 GHz processor. It offers you WiFi connectivity, GPS and 4G support. This mobile is available in red and black colour.

The Lyf Wind 4s is like a big brother to the Lyf Flame 7s, with more promising features in nearly double the price. If the former is the phone for the pro in the digital league, the latter is safer for the beginners. Hop into your nearest reliance communications outlet and get yours now. Jio digital life.

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Rishabh Rajvanshi

Rishabh, with six years of experience in the newspaper industry, has co-founded The TeCake in 2013. Apart from writing and editing articles on Technology at The TeCake, he also contributes to other esteemed newspapers.

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