The new vivo smartphone V23 5G was recently released globally and in the Bangladesh market. After two years of cross-industry and cross-discipline research, the colour-changing surface material was developed for V23 5G. One of the highlights of the smartphone is its 50MP AF Portrait Selfie. The front camera has the Eye Autofocus feature. Read: Vivo V23e launched with 50MP front camera On the rear, the phone has a 64MP GW1 Super-Sensing Camera, an 8MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro camera. V23 5G comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM along with 4GB Extended RAM 2.0 where the memory usage efficiency is increased by the equivalent of 4GB extra RAM, giving an experience equivalent of 16GB RAM. The phone has a 44W Flash Charge and is equipped with a 4,200mAh battery. Its processor is MediaTek Dimensity 920. Read OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G Review: Is it worth it? Vivo V23 5G has a 7.39mm slim body and is encased in a one-piece Metal Flat Frame. It comes in two colour variants, Sunshine Gold and Stardust Black, and will cost Tk39,990.
Global smartphone brand vivo could release its V-series phone V23 5G in the Bangladesh market soon. The phone will arrive with a unique colour-changing glass design and 5G connectivity. V23 5G is supposed to be equipped with a 50MP AF Portrait Selfie feature on the front panel, too, according to the company. Read Oppo Reno7 SE 5G Review: Can it rule the upper mid-range segment? Also, one of the top features of the phone will be its top-level front camera system. Vivo's camera innovation, cutting-edge technology, ever-evolving designs and solid performance have made the V series smartphones popular, according to the company.
Youth-centric smartphone brand realme began its journey in Bangladesh in February 2020, and within only five quarters, the company has turned out to be the number 1 brand in the Bangladesh market on many fronts. According to the leading global technology market analyst firm Canalys, realme has taken the top spot among smartphone makers in Bangladesh in Q2, 2021, with an annual growth of 258% in the Bangladesh smartphone market. Read: realme to expandi ecosystem,introduce first phone from Flagship series in Bangladesh In addition to that, realme has recently become the top-selling brand in the Daraz 7th Anniversary Sale. Smartphones will continue to play a key role in democratizing technology, especially in Bangladesh, where thousands of aspirational and tech-savvy young buyers are igniting new trends. So, when realme provided the opportunity to buy selective realme smartphones from Daraz availing of anniversary offers, smartphone fans went on the shopping spree, and a record number of realme phones were sold at the campaign. Nowadays, not everyone, especially the youth, can afford high-end smartphones with industry features. realme’s entry into the market has been a blessing in disguise for the the youth. The company, propelled by the youngsters, uniquely understands its target market and shares the same attitude. Read: realme becomes top selling brand in Daraz 7th Anniversary Sale realme’s unique personality has led to another acquirement of having the highest engagement among all brands on their Facebook page, according to socialbakers report. The report revealed that realme had experienced absolute growth of its fans on social media networking sites with 169.15% relative growth, which is much higher than other brands. Moreover, when it comes to average interactions per post, realme is well ahead of others, with a rate of 9,064.37 interactions per post. With an engaged audience and absolute growth of fans, realme is set to add more feathers in their cap in the foreseeable future. Read Boost in electronics, hi-tech industry required for a developed BD: Walton MD
Smartphone brand, realme has become the top smartphone maker in Bangladesh in Q2 (April 1-June 30), 2021, with an annual growth of 258%, said Canalysin, a global technology market analyst firm. Besides, it reached the milestone of 100 million smartphone sales globally. Through strong performance realme has become the fastest global smartphone brand to reach this milestone within three years amid the economic challenges of Covid-19 pandemic, said Strategy Analytics, a market research consultancy. With a year-over-year growth rate of 149%, realme also became one of the fastest growing smartphone brands globally, shows data from research firm International Data Corporation (IDC). Also read: Realme C21 now 'Made in Bangladesh' Besides Bangladesh, realme claimed first place in Philippines, fourth in India and Russia and fifth in the Europe region in Q2 2021. CEO of realme Sky Li said, “Young people, both our consumers and our staff, have taught us to dare to leap into the future and be trendsetters, giving us the courage to disrupt a well-entrenched industry.” Established in 2018, realme is now the 7th largest smartphone brand with presence in 61 different markets worldwide while ranking at top 5 in at least 13 markets, said Canalys Estimates (sell-in shipments)in its Smartphone Analysis, August 2021. Also read: Realme brings magnetic wireless charging MagDart Li also said realme's next goal is to achieve a dual-100 million target - shipping another 100 million handsets by the end of 2022 and completing the same milestone within the 2023 calendar year. To achieve these goals, realme recently launched its flagship GT Series devices, ‘flagship-killer’ phone, to compete in mature markets such as Western Europe and China. The company is also evolving its vision of building out a full-fledged AIoT (Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things) ecosystem for global users within the next five years. Read Best Upcoming Phones in August 2021 in Bangladesh – Official & Unofficial