LYF Water 4 and Water 6 launched for Rs 7,599 and Rs 8,999 respectively

“The Water 4 and Water 6 come with a 5-inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 410 SoC, and 2GB of RAM.”

Reliance has expanded its LYF range of smartphones with the launch of two new models in the Water series – the Water 4 and the Water 6. Both smartphones come with near identical specifications, with minor differences such as on-board storage, colours and dimensions.

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The LYF Water 6 features a 5-inch 720p display with a pixel density of 294ppi and Asahi Dragontrail Glass on top. It is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC, aided by 2GB of RAM. For the shutterbugs, the smartphone sports a 13MP rear camera with LED flash, along with a 5MP selfie camera on the front. The Water 6 comes with 32GB of non-expandable storage, and is backed by a 2,920mAh battery. The smartphone measures 142 x 70.5 x 8mm and weighs 136 grams. It will be available in a White Gold hue.

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Coming to the Water 4, the device comes with 16GB of internal storage instead of 32GB and is offered in a solitary White colour variant. The Water 4 is 2.5 grams heavier, 0.5mm narrower, and 0.3mm thinner than the Water 6. All other specifications are identical to the Water 6. Connectivity options on both smartphones include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, GPS, 4G and VoLTE. The Water 4 has been priced at Rs 7,599 while the Water 6 can be yours for Rs 8,999. The brand will also be bundling a Jio SIM with the devices, with three months of unlimited mobile data, voice calls, and SMS.

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