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Symphony Launches 'Made in Bangladesh' Phone

Symphony Launches ‘Made in Bangladesh’ Phone

After Walton, the country's handset maker Symphony has brought the phone with 'Made in Bangladesh' tag. Coming soon, the Symphony phones made in the country will come in the market. These phones will cost at hand. Although Symphony is a native handset brand, Symphony has all the phones written in Made in China. The company has been making a phone called Symphony from China vendor so far and has been marketed in Bangladesh. At Meanwhile, Symphony has set up a factory for Ashulia handsets near the capital. A feature phone will be built in this factory at the beginning with the help of foreign technology. However, this year, Symphony's 'Made in Bangladesh' tag will come in the smartphone market. If you want to know about this, Edison Group's manager of marketing division Symphony S. M. Shahriar Huda told, "Symphony has set up a mobile phone factory in Ashulia. Infrastructure has been built to fit the phones in a factory of around 57 thousand square feet. Now the installation of equipment is underway. Hopefully, the phone will start production in this factory within the second quarter of 2018. come. M. Shahriar Huda further said, "The price of Symphony's Made in Bangladesh tagged phone will be a little lower. The product phones and basic phones will now be produced in this factory. Every five to six million phones will be produced from this factory every month. When is Symphony Made in Bangladesh Tagged Smartphone Market? Answer this question. M. Shahriar Huda said, "We will...


Samsung Galaxy M40 Review

Samsung Galaxy M40 Review

Samsung recently introduced its latest M-series smartphones Samsung Galaxy M40. With this, Samsung is once again targeting the millennial with new design language. This is the first Samsung smartphone in this price range that is equipped with an Infinity-O display. This coupled with better hardware and improved design language, the company seems to be seriously looking at this segment. However, will it be a successful phone from Samsung? Lets's Know about this phone. The Samsung Galaxy M40 offers more of the same: A broader attempt to sell a good all-around package rather than one that focuses on one feature or another. The M40 brings a punch-hole design to an all-new price category and steps a notch above its contemporaries as far as design is concerned. Design and Display The Galaxy M40 breaks the monotony by introducing a display-hole design to this segment. The Infinity-O cutout, earlier seen on the Galaxy S10e, is just as impressive here and comes across as less jarring than a now old-school notch. The 6.3-inch display takes over most of the front with fairly minimal bezels on three sides. The chin along the bottom edge is a bit thicker but doesn’t come across as obtrusive. You might notice the lack of an earpiece along the top edge. The Galaxy M40 makes use of “screen sound” technology to convert the display area into a speaker. While I had no trouble hearing the caller on the other end of the line, the audio output sounded just a bit hollow...