Symphony, a Bangladesh based mobile phone brand is launching in Nepal soon. The company has been launching a host of devices in both smartphones and feature phones categories and is the “number 1 handset brand” in Bangladesh since 2011. The position is accredited to its 29% total market share and 23% smartphone market share in the country.
In Nepal, Symphony will be releasing devices across both its smartphones and feature phones category, particularly in the budget segment.
Here we will look at some of the smartphones from Symphony that could launch alongside a few features phones in Nepal soon.
The Symphony Z50 smartphone comes with a 6.5-inch screen with 720 x 1600 pixels resolution and 270 ppi density.
Running on Android 9.0 Pie, Z50 is powered on a 2.6GHz MediaTek Helio P25 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage expandable up to 128GB via microSD card.
Similarly, it has a triple camera array at the back — 13MP primary and two 2MP sensors whilst a single 8MP selfie shooter at the front. And the sensors include a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, g-sensor, proximity, and light sensor.
As for connectivity, it features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, OTG, and a 3.5mm audio jack. And it carries a 4,000mAh cell to keep its lights on.
The device starts at BDT 10,990 in Bangladesh. Hence, the Symphony Z50 price in Nepal could start anywhere around NPR 16,999.
The Z30 has a 6.52-inch screen with a similar 720 x 1600 pixels resolution. It runs on Android 10 while powered on a MediaTek Helio A25 processor paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage expandable up to 128GB via microSD card.
As for optics, it sports a triple camera setup at the back that includes a 13MP primary, 5MP ultrawide, and 2MP portrait sensor whilst a single 8MP sensor for selfies at the front.
While the sensors and connectivity options remain the same, Z30 has a 5,000mAh cell as well as a notification light and Google Assistant Button.
The device starts at BDT 9,790 in Bangladesh. The Symphony Z30 price in Nepal could cost anywhere around NPR 14,999.
Z16 sports a 6.52-inch multitouch screen with 720 x 1600 pixels resolution and 270 ppi density. It boots on Android 10 and gets its power from a 1.8GHz octa-core processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage expandable up to 128GB via microSD card.
The device has a triple camera setup at the back comprising a 13MP sensor, a 5MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth sensor while a single 5MP selfie shooter at the front. The camera is supplemented with plenty of handful features such as portrait, watermark, face beauty, display flash, Google Lens, timelapse, and slow motion.
Z16 carries a 4,000mAh battery delivering 350 hours of standby depending on phone settings and 28 hours of talk time depending on network and phone setting.
The device starts at BDT 8,290 in Bangladesh. Hence, Symphony Z16 price in Nepal could start anywhere around NPR 12,500.
It flaunts a 6.09 notched display with 720 x 1560 pixels resolution. Running on the Android 10 operating system, the device is powered on a 1.6GHz octa-core chipset paired with 2GB RAM and 16GB onboard storage.
As for cameras, i99 has a dual-camera arrangement at the backside, which includes a 13MP sensor alongside a 2MP sensor. Similarly, there’s a single 8MP sensor at the front for selfies. These get supplemented with useful features like manual, watermark, AI, panorama, timelapse, bokeh, slow motion, and HDR.
The device starts at BDT 6,990 in Bangladesh. Again, the Symphony i99 price in Nepal could start anywhere around NPR 10,500.