LYF Earth 2 smartphone with retina scan launched

LYF Earth 2 smartphone with retina scan launched in India

Mumbai, June 27 (IANS) Creating a ripple in the flagship smartphone market, Reliance Retail on Monday unveiled the Earth 2 — the second LYF brand that comes with retina-based unlock and a faster fingerprint sensor.

Running on Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa Core Processor clocked at 1.5GHz powered by a 3GB RAM and an internal memory of 32GB, the Rs 19,999 device has non-removable 2500 mAh battery and powerful 13MP front and rear cameras.

Equipped with VoLTE technology for a better 4G experience, the rear camera in the device is accompanied by dual tone LED flash and a laser auto focus.

The selfie camera comes with Phase Detection Auto Focus, an LED flash and a Panorama mode for wider selfies. It is backed by a 2,500 mAh non-removable battery.

“Through Earth 2, we present the most advanced features in smartphones that deliver a differentiated digital experience to our consumers and puts the controls of smart devices in the hands of the consumers,” said Sunil Dutt, President (Devices), Reliance Retail, in a statement.

The device has sensors that enable the user to assign unique fingerprints to jumpstart any three applications with just a touch on the lock screen.

It not only allows the user to encrypt photos and videos stored in the gallery to protect them from hackers but also safeguard personal data by encrypting various social media applications.

Earth 2 features a unique voice-controlled camera that offers convenience and simplicity to the users.

“The feature can inspire a paradigm shift towards voice command controls in future smartphones,” the company said.

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