To meet the country's target of reaching 5 billion export earnings and creating 3 million jobs in the technology industry by 2025, Symphony will lead the way in building an "innovative, smart Bangladesh," said State Minister for ICT Junaid Ahmed Palak Sunday.
He said this after visiting the Symphony factory in Ashulia, Savar.
Palak also unveiled Symphony's new Z42 smartphone which is now available in Honey Dew Green and Black colours at Tk9,599.
The phone comes with the Android 11.0 operating system, 5000mAh non-removable Li-polymer battery, and 1.8 GHz 12 nanometre MediaTek Halio A20 chipset with 3GB DDR-4 RAM and 32GB ROM which can be expanded up to 256GB.
Also, Z42 has an AI-enabled triple rear camera on the back. The device's 13MP primary camera has an aperture of 1.75 with a 0.08MP depth sensor and a 0.08MP ultra AI sensor.