As Christmas and the new year are approaching, almost all the major brands and phone companies are launching a bunch of new Smartphones for December 2022 worldwide. While the high-range phone might not be officially available in Bangladesh, some mid-range and budget-friendly phones are expected to be available. Let’s take a look at the expected phones to release in Bangladesh in the last month of the year. 10 Best Coming Soon Phones in December Motorola G72 Announced in September 2022 Bangladeshi market will get this phone officially in December. Motorola G72 features P-OLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, HDR10+ 6.55 inches display that has 1080 x 2460 pixels resolution. The phone runs on Android 12 and contains MediaTek MT8781 Helio G99 chipset. Comes with one variation, 128GB 6GB RAM; Motorola G72 has a triple camera. The cameras are 108 MP wide, 8MP ultrawide, and 2 MP macro. Also, it has a 16 MP selfie camera that can also take videos 1080p videos at 30fps. Finally, the phone comes with a massive Li-Po 5000 mAh non-removable battery. Read More: Apple AirPods Pro 2 Review: Old Design with Better Performance Samsung Galaxy A54 The new Galaxy A54 is almost similar to the previous version A53 from the front, while the new phone’s display measures 6.4” diagonally, which is 0.1” smaller than the A53. While the A53 contains four cameras, the A54 comes with three cameras in the back. The A54 is rumored to contain a 50MP primary camera. This galaxy phone is 8.2mm thick, which is 0.1mm thicker than the A53, as the phone contains a bigger battery which is 5100 mAh. The good thing about A54 is that it will have an external SD card option. Vivo X90 Vivo recently launched the X90 series in China, containing X90, X90 Pro, and X90 Pro Plus. However, the Bangladeshi market is expected to get the Vivo X90 as the other two phones are pretty expensive. This smartphone has AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, HDR10+ 6.78 inches display with 1260 x 2800 pixels of resolution. Read More: Vivo X90 Pro Plus 5G Review: Flagship with new SD Chipset It runs on Android 13, Funtouch global version, and uses MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chipset. X90 comes in four different versions 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, and 512GB 12GB RAM. However, the Bangladesh market might get only the 128GB 8GB RAM version. You will get a triple camera containing 50 MP, 12 MP, and 12 MP cameras. Xiaomi Poco X5 This phone will feature quad cameras with 64 MP + 13 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP cameras, while the front camera will be 16 MP. Comes with 6 GB RAM version X5 and will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset. Additionally, it has an IPS LCD display that measures 6.67 inches screen. The good thing is that the smartphone features a bezel-less display with a multi-touch capacitive Touchscreen. Other significant features include the 6000 mAh Li-Polymer large battery, which boasts with fast charging feature. Read More: itel Vision 5 Plus Review: Standard Phone under Tk14000 Oppo Reno 9 Oppo has recently introduced three phoners under Reno 9 series in China. And all these phones will be launched globally in December. However, Bangladeshi will get the opportunity to see the Reno 9 series only. This phone is powered by Qualcomm SM7325 Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset with Octa core CPU. In addition to that, you will get 256GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 12GB RAM, and 512GB 12GB RAM version. But Bangladesh might get only a 256GB 8GB RAM version. Other features include Android 13, ColorOS 13, dual camera, 32 MP selfie camera, Adreno 642L GPU, and more. OnePlus 11 Pro We will get this phone unofficially in the Bangladesh market as the brand doesn’t have any outlet in the country. While the OnePlus 9 and 10 series have flopped, the 11 series is expected to meet the users’ needs. This phone will be equipped with a Glass front (Gorilla Glass Victus+), glass back (Gorilla Glass 5), and aluminum frame along with LTPO2 Fluid AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, HDR10+ display. Read More: Symphony Z47 Review: 90Hz Refresh Rate on a Budget Device The 6.7 inches screen will have 1440 x 3216 pixels resolution, which is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. The featured chipset is Qualcomm SM8550 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (4 nm) that will boost the Android 13, OxygenOS 13 (International) operating system. Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 This phone from Redmi is already available in the global market, but Bangladesh is expected to get it in December officially. With 6.53 x 3.00 x 0.31 in dimension, Redmi Note 12 will have a Dual SIM option with dual standby. The display features Samsung AMOLED, 120Hz, and 1200 nits (peak) brightness. It runs on Android 12, MIUI 13 operating system that gets a boost from Qualcomm SM4375 Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 (6 nm). You will get a dual camera featuring 48 MP (wide) and 2 MP (depth). Read More: DT8 Ultra Review: Does it clone Apple Watch Ultra? Xiaomi 13 Xiaomi will launch its 13 series phones on December 1 globally. And it is expected that the phone will be available in Bangladesh in the last week of December. The Xiaomi 13 will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, 50 MP + 13 MP + 5 MP rear camera panel, 32 MP front camera, and 5000 mAh battery. These are the core feature of this phone. Additionally, you will get 8 GB RAM, Octa-core CPU, and Adreno 740 graphics. realme 10 The realme 10 was already launched in November, but the Bangladeshi market will start selling it in December. The core features of this phone are Super AMOLED, 90Hz, 1000 nits (peak), 1080 x 2400 pixels display that is backed with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price Other features you will find interesting are MediaTek MT8781 Helio G99 (6nm) chipset, 50 MP and 2 MP dual camera, and Li-Po 5000 mAh battery. Infinix Hot 20 As per the news, Infinix will launch its Hot 20 in India in December. So, the Bangladeshi market might get it in the middle of December officially. The global model will have MediaTek MT6769Z Helio G85 (12nm) chipset, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 8GB RAM version, 50 MP, and QVGA dual camera and 8 MP selfie camera. When it comes to the battery, Infinix Hot 20 is equipped with Li-Po 5000 mAh, a non-removable battery that has 18W wired charging features. Read More: realme 9 5G Speed Review: What’s special about it? Final Words Some popular brands such as Motorola, Vivo, Samsung, and Redmi will launch multiple phones in the global market. But the Bangladeshi market will get to only a few of the models officially and unofficially from each brand. If you are looking to buy a new phone in the coming month, you can pick from these ten phones. When you don’t have any budget issues, you should definitely pick the OnePlus 11 Pro. However, if you prefer a good phone with a mid-range budget Motorola G72 will be a good pick. Apart from these two phones, other upcoming phones in Bangladesh in December are also great.
Apple has launched an updated version of its AirPods Pro featuring improved noise reduction capabilities, and touch controls for volume. Now Apple has launched AirPods Pro 2 to give an outstanding sound experience. It has been launched on September 23 in the USA and is now available globally. Let’s take a look at the key specs of Apple AirPods Pro 2 and its price tag. Key Features of Apple AirPods Second Generation Design If you place AirPods Pro and 2nd Generation AirPods Pro, you will barely see any differences. However, there are a few differences. The vents and microphones are slightly repositioned, while the bud-and-stem design has no change in it. Now, you get four ear tips inside the box: a smaller XS size is included, giving you more choices to discover the perfect fit and seal your ear. If you were having a tough time getting the AirPods to fit correctly, the additional ear tips could solve this problem. The lightweight design makes them comfortable to use, and you do not need to cram them into your ear holes. Read More: DT8 Ultra Review: Does it clone Apple Watch Ultra? The first Apple iPhone Pro was criticized for not having touch-sensitive volume controls on the earbuds, a pattern that is a common feature nowadays. Apple has decided to correct this shortcoming, as its current AirPods Pro 2 have a touch-capacitive on the stem from which users can swipe up to change volume and down to mute. However, You have to continue pinching the stems to pause and skip playback and take calls, while long press gives different noise-canceling modes. The more significant change is to the charging case: it now has a built-in speaker and a lanyard loop, which serves as a signal for unit power up, and low battery and to help you find it if you misplaced it. But the case itself is the same size and layout. It easily goes into a handbag, pocket, or palm of the hand. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets They can also be charged in other ways besides the regular charging ports: you can charge the AirPods Pro 2 wirelessly with an Apple Watch charger, a MagSafe charger, or a Qi-compatible charging mat. Also, you can use the Lightning to USB-C cable that comes in the box. Sound Quality The AirPods Pro 2 sound excellent and has been improved upon with more detail and greater dynamic than its predecessor. Apple has always impressed us with its exceptional clarity and versatility in its product, and AirPods Pro 2 is no different. Each earpiece is equipped with custom low-distortion, high excursion drivers, transducers and ultrafast HDR amplifiers, combined with the H2 chip's powerful audio algorithms, yielding a listening experience that’s better than the original Pro. Read More: Apple iPhone 14 vs iPhone 13: Which is the Better Deal? The AirPods Pro 2 are graceful and lively, songs come out smoothly, and they handle both upbeat songs and those that are more contemplative with ease. Other Features The Apple AirPods Pro 2 has impressive active noise cancelation, which is noticeable if you listen to it. Apple reportedly blocks out twice as much background noise on this new AirPods. The addition of a powerful new H2 chip along with the vents and mics’ ‘optimized’ repositioning makes it happen. The call quality is still decent. Your voice might sound a bit thin instead of fully rounded, but it’s still clear and audible. The other person’s voice will come through cleanly as well. Read More: Price Drop: Is it the right time to buy an iPhone 13? The new AirPods Pro 2 have much better battery life than the previous model! You can get six hours of use out of them on a single charge and up to 30 hours with the charging case. That’s a big improvement and puts them among the best in their class. That’s six hours more than the previous model (which only lasted for 24 hours total). Now Apple can compete with Sony’s WF-1000XM4 earbuds (which can last for eight hours in the buds and 24 hours in total). However, the new charging case’s battery drain is a bit faster than the previous model. But don’t worry; it charges up quickly too. So, If you’re ever running low on battery, just pop your earbuds into the case for a quick 5-minute charge, and you’ll be all set for another hour of listening. Read More: iPhone 14: Cheapest in which countries? Now, there’s a new dedicated AirPods section available in the iPhone’s settings menu. You can now easily access all your AirPods settings in one place. Here you can customize Siri voice control, Adaptive Transparency, Personalized Spatial Audio, and touch control settings for your convenience. Apple’s Spatial Audio is back and better than ever! This time, with dynamic head tracking, you can enjoy an immersive, 360-degree experience when listening to music or watching videos. However, Android users will not enjoy these new features. Apple used Bluetooth 5.3 technology for its AirPods Pro 2, which gives an easy connecting feature. Read More: Apple warns of security flaw for iPhones, iPads and Macs Price of Apple AirPods Pro 2 The AirPods Pro 2 is priced at $249.00 in the USA, which is equivalent to BDT 25,464 ($1 = BDT 102.27). However, the official price of Apple AirPods Pro Second Generation may vary in Bangladesh due to tax and other issues. Verdict It is surprising how much better the AirPods Pro 2 perform than its predecessor. No one thought Apple would be able to compete with Sony and Bose, but Apple definitely came through. The noise-canceling on these headphones is fantastically effective. They are also really comfortable to wear, and they sound great. You’ll have a great time using the Apple AirPods Pro Second Generation earphones! Read More: Apple’s iPhone 14 now being assembled in India
Vivo introduced a mix of all-new flagship phones last week, including a brand-new flagship called X90 Pro Plus, which happens to be based on the world’s first Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Vivo X90 Pro Plus has been launched in China on November 22, 2022. Let’s see the stunning features of this phone. key Features of Vivo X90 Pro Plus 5G Design and Display Comes in black and red color X90 Pro Plus has a camera panel in the top left of the back part, which includes quad cameras and dual-LED dual-tone flash in the middle of those cameras. Sized at 164.4 x 75.3 x 9.7 mm with 221 g weight, the back part has a matte finish. The phone is IP68 dust/water resistant, which can give you the opportunity to use the phone underwater for up to 1.5m for 30 mins. Like other Vivo phones, the right side contains the volume rocker button and power button, while the sim tray is on the left side. You can use Dual Nano-SIM on your sim slots which will give you dual stand-by. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price Its display size is 6.78 inches featuring an LTPO4 AMOLED screen that supports 1B colors. The display offers a 120Hz refresh rate with Dolby vision. This can help reduce eye strain, as the images on the screen are refreshed more quickly. Additionally, a higher refresh rate can also make for a smoother user experience, as it can help reduce lag. So, if you’re looking for a phone that will offer a better user experience, you may want to consider one with a 120Hz refresh rate. The X90 Pro Plus also supports HDR10+ with 1800 nits of peak brightness. With a 20:9 aspect ratio, it has 1440 x 3200 pixels of resolution. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone Camera The phone comes with a quad camera panel that has a 50.3 MP wide camera, 64 MP periscope telephoto, 50 MP telephoto, and 48 MP ultrawide camera. While the wide camera will help you to take wide-angle photos, the periscope telephoto camera will boost the performance. This type of camera offers a number of benefits over traditional telephoto cameras, including improved image quality, increased zoom range, and more. The periscope telephone camera has a 90mm focal length which is longer than the standard 50mm focal length of the other telephone. This allows you to have 3.5x optical zoom and take pictures from really far. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro Review: Know the Pros and Cons The other features you will get from those cameras are Zeiss optics, Zeiss T* lens coating, Pixel Shift, dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, and panorama. While you are familiar with most of these features, the Zeiss optics is a new addition to this phone. It helps to take an ultra-sharp image with superb color reproduction. Additionally, the high contrast of the Zeiss lens gives clarity to the photos. The Vivo X90 Pro Plus also comes with excellent video recording quality. You can record 8K video at 30fps. Other video recording options are 4K@30/60fps and 1080p@30/60fps. Additionally, the cameras have gyro-EIS that detects movement, and the lens is shifted using electromagnets and sensors. However, you may notice some unnatural stabilization after recording. On display, you will get a pinhole camera in the top middle part. It has 32 MP resolution with a 24mm wide focal length. Additionally, you will also get HDR features with 4K@30fps and 1080p@30fps video recording capability. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Platform, Software, and Memory The chipset features Qualcomm SM8550 Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, making it the first smartphone in the world that comes with this chip. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform is intelligently engineered to enable truly extraordinary experiences with its groundbreaking AI capabilities. This AI marvel delivers unparalleled connectivity with accelerated performance, champion-level gameplay, ingenious capture, and more. It is the smartest and most powerful platform that powers extraordinary experiences. With its unstoppable intelligence, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 enhances every aspect of your mobile device. The phone comes with an octa-core CPU and Adreno 740 GPU. The Adreno 740 is the fastest graphic chip available for smartphones so far. It gives a boost to the game post-processing and reduces the motion blur. Vivo X90 Pro Plus will run on the Android 13 global Funtouch version. So, if you are a gamer and want to play pro games, X90 Pro Plus will be the best in the market. Read More: OPPO F21 Pro 4G Review: Special attraction for Shakib fans The phone doesn’t come with any external memory card slot. Instead, it comes in two different versions. You can get to choose from 256GB 12GB RAM and 512GB 12GB RAM versions. Vivo focuses on increased RAM. Hence, you can use this phone smoothly. Also, this will give you to play a game smoothly whole multiple apps running in the back. Battery and Charging Vivo X90 Pro Plus comes with Li-Po 4700 mAh nonremovable battery. So the battery is more durable and less likely to break. It also has a higher capacity, meaning it can hold more charge and last longer. The phone comes with both wired and wireless charging features. As per the advertisement, with the 80W wire, the phone can get a full charge in just 33 minutes. For wireless charging, you can charge at 50W. Read More: OPPO F21s Pro Review: What new features does it offer? Price of Vivo X90 Pro Plus The price of the Vivo X90 Pro Plus’s 12/256GB variant is about CNY 6,499 which is equivalent to Tk 92,2217 (1 CNY= 14.19 Taka). The device is yet to release in Bangladesh. However, The official price of the Vivo X90 Pro Plus in Bangladesh may vary due to tax issues. Verdict The 8 Gen 2 is expected to appear in many Android flagship phones over the coming year, including Samsung’s S23 series, but X90 Pro Plus gets the honor of being the first to market with it. With Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, the Vivo X90 Pro Plus will be a beast. Whether you are looking for heavy use or for gaming, you can use this phone smoothly. In addition to that, photographer enthusiasts will surely find interest in this phone. Read More: Xiaomi 12T Pro Review: Is the hype real?
itel Mobile is a Chinese company headquartered at Shenzhen in China. Founded in 2014, this company sells entry-level and budget phones. itel launched its latest budget phone Vision 5 Plus on November 5, 2022. Can Vision 5 Plus achieve the same level of popularity as its predecessors? Let's take a look at the key specs of the itel Vision 5 Plus. Key Features of Itel Vision 5 Plus Design The itel Vision 5 Plus is made completely of plastic. It boasts the same sleek, fingerprint-resistant screen as earlier itel products. Although the overall look is mediocre, it is resistant to smearing and scratching, which is a big advantage in this field. Although the novel wavy gradient design is intriguing, itel will soon unveil an entirely new style. The unique camera design of this phone distinguishes it from prior itel products. The camera module is flush with the body, and the thickness of the device is not excessive. The rear of the phone has a triple-lens setup. Read More: Symphony Z47 Review: 90Hz Refresh Rate on a Budget Device Despite this, the phone weighs over 194 grams, making it scarcely portable. In addition, this phone is not ergonomic or comfortable to use with one hand. I'm not sure whether this is due to the width of the device or the way the back curves outward. On the right are a power button and volume rocker, while on the bottom is a 3.5mm jack, a microphone, a micro-USB 2.0 port, and the speaker grille. Left-side triple card slot accepts two 4G SIM cards and a microSD card. Display As promised, the itel Vision 5 Plus boasts a 6.6 inches IPS LCD screen with a 720 x 1640 pixels resolution. However, the absence of Widevine L1 means that consumers will continue to be unable to watch Netflix and other Full HD services. This software issue will be addressed later in this article. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons Camera The smartphone's back panel has a circular triple camera arrangement with a 16MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro lens, and a 0.3MP VGA sensor. The back camera of the Vision 5 Plus includes many modes, including VGA Camera, Super Night, Beauty, Short Video, and strong HDR. When it comes to the performance of the back camera, the smartphone maker did a good job, as it captures acceptable nighttime photographs when utilizing the Super night mode and crisp, detailed daytime images. In a word, the rear camera produces vivid and crisp images. In Vision 5 Plus, users will get a 5MP front-facing camera, which is acceptable in most conditions but inadequate in low light. However, it is quite disappointing that a smartphone in this price range cannot take exceptional selfies. Therefore, the company may enhance the use of the phone's front-facing camera. The front camera includes several modes, such as augmented reality, portrait, beauty, and short videos. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money You can shoot 1080pixel footage at 30fps with the main rear sensor. Performance and Software itel Vision 5 Plus bears an octa-core processor sporting a Spreadtrum Unisoc T606 12nm processor. Multitasking is effective on the smartphone, and there is no discernible lag while playing entry-level games or streaming movies. Vision 5 Plus has 4GB RAM combined with 128GB of internal storage. You can keep local files, images, videos, music, and other content on this device without getting concerned about storage issues. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi 11 Prime Review: Performance at a budget price When it comes to gaming, graphics and RAM are pretty enough. Even games with high-quality graphics may be run and played with relative ease and fluidity on this phone. While downloading and playing high-end games such as Call of Duty, its system took less than five minutes. However, you may experience overheating issues in this device after an hour of gaming or heavy usage. Battery and Charger The mobile device has an unremovable Li-Po battery with a 5000 mAh capacity. You can get a total of 132 hours of standby time. Around 14 hours of support is expectable for surfing the internet with it. If the battery is fully charged, you will have nearly up to 28 hours of conversation time. When using 18W rapid charging, the phone will be completely charged in around 2 hours and 10 minutes. Price of itel Vision 5 Plus in Bangladesh The phone is officially available in Bangladesh. itel vision 5 plus’s (4/128GB) price is started at 13,690 Taka. However, the price is subject to change. Read More: realme brings C30 to Bangladesh Conclusion The pros of this phone include standard RAM, processor, and battery. The display and camera sections could have been better. This budget gaming phone can run online games such as Free Fire and others. On the whole, those who are looking for a reliable smartphone under Tk14,000 for multi-tasking and entry-level gaming may consider the itel Vision 5 Plus.
Symphony Mobile is one of the pioneer phone manufacturing brands in Bangladesh. The company started its journey back in 2008 by rebranding Chinese handsets. Symphony ventured into the Android smartphone market in 2012. Since 2018, the company has been assembling the devices right here in Bangladesh. In its illustrious decade-long history in the industry, the company kept stride in providing affordable smartphones to the masses. In that commitment, the company launched its newest offering, the Symphony Z47, on 15 November 2022. Here’s our detailed take on the device. Key Specifications of Symphony Z47 Before getting into the details, it is important to note that being a local company, Symphony has always undercut the competition in price. The story is somewhat true for the Z47 as well. Design and Build Quality Now moving on to the build quality of the display, users will be getting an all-plastic build device with a glass front. The design element falls in line with other launches from Symphony. With the squared-off edges, square camera housing, and a thick water drop notch display, the device is a typical Symphony in every aspect. However, it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Read More: DT8 Ultra Review: Does it clone Apple Watch Ultra? Even though the device is made of plastic, it feels very durable in hand. The back part is made of glossy plastic, which gives it a distinct glass look, albeit making it a fingerprint magnet. Ports and button choices are all standards for a budget smartphone. However, the volume rocker felt to be a bit higher than it should be. Other than that, the Type C port, headphone jack, and dual sim slot with micro SDXC support make for a complete package. Overall, the design can be called generic at best. But the build quality is pretty good for the price it comes at. Now let's look at some of its other features. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price The Display A first look at the 6.6-inch display of the Z47 won’t excite any excitement. The thick bezels and an IPS LCD INCELL HD+ display might sound about right for its price. It sports a resolution of 720 by 1600 pixels. What makes this display an uncontested winner in its category is the 90 Hz refresh rate. In a sub 12K budget, Symphony somehow brought a 90 Hz refresh rate to the masses. It is a game changer, considering how smooth the OS and general usage feels. It makes for a pleasing experience scrolling through stuff and provides a snappier feel. The color metrics of the display are also satisfactory. The colors looked sharp with a hint of a warm tone. There is no visible color shift at angles. There is no dedicated HBM on the Z47, as expected, but the display gets relatively bright in outdoor usage. Read More: realme 9 5G Speed Review: What’s special about it? The Camera Symphony also made some notable changes in the camera department. From the outside, the device comes with three sensors on the back. But the main 52 MP sensor does all the work. It's obvious that the accompanying sensors are there just for marketing, as Symphony didn’t provide detailed specs on them. But the Samsung sensor-built main rear camera is no slouch. In our test, it was able to take pretty accurate and color-correct shots on outdoors. The sensor can pick up high details and preserve the dynamic range. The only gripe with the outdoor shots is that the contrast could’ve been a bit better, as sometimes pictures look soft, even in well-lit environments. The camera faces similar issues in the darker environment as well. For a 52 MP shooter, the low-light photos were a bit disappointing. The exposure worked well at times but also failed miserably at others. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons The front camera is your generic 8 MP shooter. It’s good enough for the occasional casual selfies. The camera features include Burst, AI, HDR, Portrait Mode, Night Mode, Enhance lowlight photo, Slow-Motion, Panorama, Pro mode, Qr Code, Audio Note, Face beauty, Watermark, and Time laps. The videography is limited to 1080P at 30 fps. It isn’t really that good, considering there are no external or internal stabilization options. In summary, the camera experience differs from the display experience, but the results are passable for casual shots and social media posting. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money Processor and Performance The Symphony Z47 comes equipped with a Unisoc Tiger T606 processor. The choice of Unisoc is completely understandable as they have become the go-to option for ultra-budget smartphones. The processor is a 12nm one based on a cortex-A75 chip. Users will also be getting 650 MHz speed GPU along with the processor. So how does it perform overall? While the processing power isn’t exactly promising, it does fairly well in day-to-day use. If you use this device for media consumption and occasional browsing, the device won’t have any problem keeping up. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Review: Budget phone with fingerprint sensor We even tried a few high-end gaming titles like Asphalt 9 and COD, and needless to say, they were almost unplayable in the highest graphics settings. If you bring it down to mid or low, you might be able to have a go at them. Even then, the low GPU unit causes the device to heat up drastically. The saving grace for the processor is the high refresh rate display. It evens out the lags and frame drops and provides a uniform experience. It has 4GB RAM combined with 64 GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 256GB. Read More: vivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition? Battery and Charge Time The Symphony Z47 comes equipped with a 5030 mAh battery. The battery can last about 6 to 8 hours of continuous usage. Unfortunately, the device has no fast charging, so users must settle for long charging hours. Price of Symphony Z47 in Bangladesh The Symphony Z47 comes in a single configuration of a 4/64 GB variant. The price of the device is 11,499 BDT excluding VAT. Verdict Symphony has always been one of the prominent brands in the ultra-budget smartphone market in Bangladesh. Over the years, the market got saturated in low price points with repetitive design and specs. So it's refreshing to see Symphony bringing changes with its high refresh rate display. Read More: Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 12 series: Can it hold the legacy? As for the camera, the 52 MP sensor sounds good on paper but fails to deliver in actual usage. The rest of the specs are on par with the price. There might be a few minor aspects that could be better, but it's mostly a bang-for-buck device, especially if you consider the price. To wrap things up, who is this for? The Z47 is best suited for people looking for a practical smartphone on an affordable budget. As a daily driver, the Symphony Z47 can be an excellent choice in its price category.
The budget smartwatch market happens to be quite saturated. The term smartwatch should be reserved for proper OS-based smartwatches like WearOS and Apple watches. But these days, fitness-based smartwatches with added perks are becoming the standard in the budget segment. DT No.1 seems to be a pioneer in this regard. Their latest offering is the DT8 Ultra. Is it a worthy clone of the Apple Watch Ultra? Let's take a look at the key features of DT8 Ultra. An Apple Watch Ultra Homage at a Fraction of the Cost We’ve already mentioned that DT smartwatches aren’t famous for what they bring to consumers. Rather, how affordably they bring devices that are a somewhat direct reflection of high-end smartwatches. This blatant “inspiration” for DT smartwatches comes from top-end models of Samsung, Huawei, Fitbit, and in this specific case, Apple. While the high-end smartwatch market has its own niche of customers, it's out of reach for most average users. DT has captured that mass market by bringing a similar look and feel to high-end products at a fraction of their cost. Read More: Walton brings new Tick smartwatch For the sake of reference, we will be bringing in the Apple watch ultra in this review, as the DT8 Ultra shares almost all of its outer looks with the OEM model. But bear in mind that the comparison is in no way justified as the watch ultra costs about 800 dollars, whereas the DT8 comes in at under 30 dollars. Key Specifications of DT8 Design and Build Quality Now moving on to the actual design, there’s not much to discuss. It’s an exact copy of this year’s Apple watch ultra. DT has even covered the diameter to the T at 49 mm. The same bright orange button is mounted on the side, with the speaker grill positioned right on top. On the right side, the crown is positioned between the protective bevels. However, the crown looks much more grooved on the DT8 ultra than on the watch ultra. Read More: Colmi P28 Plus Review: Is It a Worthy Budget Smartwatch? The build quality is also where the gross difference becomes apparent. While the Apple watch ultra is made from industry-leading grade five titanium, the DT8 ultra uses a much cheaper zinc alloy material. The strap here is the standard silicone one designed to replicate the ocean band loop of the OEM. You will be hard-pressed to notice the difference unless you actually hold the watch in your hand. It also comes with IP68 water resistance. However, it's in no way a dive computer like the watch ultra. In fact, DT even discourages users from going swimming with it. Overall, there really is no room for complaints with the look and feel of the watch ultra clone considering its price. For anyone who simply wants the design aesthetics of the watch ultra rather than the internals, the DT8 ultra shouldn’t be a tough choice. Read More: Using Smartwatch Daily? Know the Pros and Cons Display The display is where you start noticing the obvious difference with the watch ultra. Unlike the 1000 nits bright AMOLED panel with vibrant color and vivid sharpness, you’re only going to get a 2-inch IPS LCD panel with a 420P resolution. But if you consider the price bracket it comes at, this display is no less than excellent. It has deep color contrast, and users will be hard-pressed to make out the individual pixels. On top of that, the touch sensitivity is also surprisingly good. It might not have the top-of-the-line HBM, but the display gets bright enough in auto mode for proper outdoor legibility. All in all, the device won’t disappoint any average user. However, the bezels on the side of the display are significantly larger than those on the watch ultra, so bear in mind the differences. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons Processor and Performance The DT8 Ultra comes equipped with a Realtek 8762Dk chip. While no benchmark scores are available to quantify the performance, DT claims that users will get a significant processing and response boost with the ultra. There’s also 128 MB of onboard storage for miscellaneous use. The heart rate sensor used on the ultra is Zhanheng BD1773. This sensor combines several features, including the heart rate and G sensor, for an industry-accurate performance. Fitness Features and Connectivity While the Apple Watch Ultra has neared the ability to replace a traditional smartphone, the DT8 ultra takes a more grounded approach. It's more like a souped-up fitness tracker with many cool features. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone In addition to using the hotkey as a shortcut for workouts and other features, users can access over 500 watch faces specially customized to replicate the watch ultra. Users can monitor their blood oxygen level, sedentary reminders, weather, workout tracking, and even Alipay in supported regions thanks to the enabled NFC. There’s no dedicated LTE support on the DT8 ultra, so users must rely on Bluetooth 5.0 for call connectivity. You will also have access to an AI voice assistant that is currently region locked. Battery and Charge Time The DT8 ultra features a 280 mAh battery on board. With the display resolution and processing power, a full charge should easily last up to 5 days. But the battery life will be significantly reduced if you’re heavy on using GPS and sleep tracking. Read More: realme 9 5G Speed Review: What’s special about it? Our test took almost 2 hours for the watch to fully charge. Price of DT8 Ultra Smartwatch The official price of the DT8 Ultra has been listed at 29.99 USD at different Chinese marketplaces with global shipping options. Unfortunately, the watch isn’t directly available from DT No.1. The price amounts to 3069 BDT at the current exchange rate. (1 USD = 102.34 BDT) Final Thoughts The DT8 ultra Smartwatch far exceeds the expectation of being a worthy clone of the Apple Watch Ultra. It's incredible how much DT has been able to fit in at such a tight price point for this device. It's not about just adding features for the sake of adding. Each of them adds proper value to the users with accurate measurements and counts. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price
The smartphone brand HONOR was formerly owned by the tech giant Huawei Technologies. In November 2020, Shenzhen Zhixin acquired the company. Honor produces smartphones mainly for young consumers. Honor has been trying to come back into the market. Its latest Honor 70 series debuted in China in September. Today we are going to review the Honor 70 5G. Let’s see what it offers. Key Features of Honor 70 5G Design The Honor 70 has a fairly similar design to that of its ancestor Honor 50. It is also quite analogous to the design of some Huawei phones, like P50 Pro. The Honor had started working on its designs while the company was still a subsidiary of Huawei. Nevertheless, it is a really attractive phone, with a low weight (178g) that makes it easy to hold. The design seems to be "striped" on the back of the device when illuminated in a certain manner. It is attractive to look at and has a pleasant texture. The triple camera sensors are all located inside the two camera circles on the back of the device. Read More: realme 9 5G Speed Review: What’s special about it? Even though it's made of plastic, the phone's build quality and haptics are excellent. With a height of 161.4mm, a thickness of 7.91mm, and a width of 73.3mm, the Honor 70 looks pretty fashionable. Its small profile and long screen borders make it seem more "luxury" than it really is. Honor supplies a transparent bumper cover that somewhat levels the protrusion with little impact on the aesthetic of the backplate. Thus, the typical trade-off between the bumper and the complete backplate design is not a concern. The bumper also eliminates a possible problem with the backplate's slipperiness. This may lead it to fall to the ground, and be difficult to grasp for one-handed operation. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone HDR10+ makes Honor 70 good for media enjoyment. However, the single-firing speaker at the bottom of the phone is a drawback. Unfortunately, its single-firing speaker doesn't offer very great quality. Its price tag falls under the higher mid-range or flagship killer levels. So lack of a stereo speaker can be a deal breaker. Display In terms of its display, the Honor 70 is not very impressive. Each side is curved, and the front camera hole is in the status bar's middle. It has a 6.67-inch 120Hz OLED display featuring full HD+ (1080 x 2400 pixels) resolutions. Camera Honor 70 5G comes with a triple rear camera series. The primary camera on the back of the phone is a wide-angle, f/1.9 aperture Sony IMX800 sensor. A 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera joins this with an f/2.2 aperture and a 2MP depth camera with an f/2.4 aperture. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons However, there is no capability for an optical telephoto lens. You can record 4K video at a frame rate of 30 fps, and there is a 10x digital zoom. The front-facing camera is a punch-hole 32-megapixel f/2.4 device that can only record video in 1080p at 30 frames per second. It's possible that some users may find it useful to be able to record video from both the front and the back cameras at the same time. Both of its front and rear cameras offer an EIS video stabilization feature. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money The accumulation of all of this camera technology results in photographs that are pleasing to the eye in most circumstances. The images captured by the Honor 70 have a respectable degree of detail and natural contrast. In addition, when you zoom in on photos, you'll see that they haven't been overly processed, giving you more leeway when making modifications. Performance and Software The Honor 70 5G is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus processor, which is more than capable. This specific chipset is mind-blowing because of its power and its speed. It is very clear that this chipset is not a flagship model; nonetheless, the vast majority of users do not need such a model anyhow. The graphic unit bears Adreno 642L GPU. The device runs on Magic UI 6.1 on top of Android 12 OS. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Review: Budget phone with fingerprint sensor The internal storage is 128GB for the basic and 256GB for the upper variant. The processor offers more than enough speed. Because it has 8 gigabytes of RAM, applications launch swiftly, and the user interface is responsive. Compared to Honor Magic 4 Pro, this phone sports a smoother and more natural feel in hand. In contrast to the previous iteration, navigation and camera applications don’t face any stuttering or other performance difficulties. Honor 70 may chug somewhat while playing high-end games like Call of Duty Mobile. However, the speed is great for regular everyday smartphone usages, such as social networking, light games, music, and images. Read More: vivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition? Battery and Charger Despite the fact that most modern smartphones have 5000mAh batteries, the Honor 70's 4800mAh battery does not hinder its performance. The phone features a huge, energy-hungry display, but its dynamic refresh rate and relatively small chipset allow it to last a whole day. The Honor 70 has a 66W SuperCharge Charger. It charges to around 50% in 20 minutes, and a full charge takes less than an hour. Unfortunately, wireless charging is absent, which is a bit of a bummer considering that it's becoming increasingly prevalent in midrange smartphones. Price of Honor 70 5G The phone is not officially available in the Bangladesh market. Currently, it is available in China and the Western market. Honor 70 costs users £500, which is BDT 60,061. Here, the conversion rate here is 1 GBP = 120.12 BDT. However, the official price of Honor 70 5G in Bangladesh may vary due to diverse issues. Read More: Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 12 series: Can it hold the legacy? Conclusion The Honor 70 in Crystal Silver is an attractive smartphone with a unique backplate design that is not marred by the included bumper. The 6.67-inch 120Hz OLED display is excellent, and the grayscale option may appeal to a large audience. These days, fast charging is virtually a must, thus, it's great to have 66W supported here. Negatives include a very subpar mono speaker and the absence of dust/water resistant certification, while the camera system, beyond the acceptable 54MP wide-angle primary camera, should provide more. Overall, it's a beautiful phone with a decent design. However, the pricing of Honor 70 5G seems exorbitant. Consumers used to adore Huawei phones for their value-for-money features. Maybe pricing has become a challenge for the HONOR company after getting split up with Huawei. Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022
Since its inception realme has emphasized providing affordable youth-centric devices. With that stride, the brand launched the Speed edition of the realme 9 on 14th March 2022, even before the release of its namesake. Here’s our detailed take on the realme 9 5G Speed Edition. Key Specifications of realme 9 5G Speed Design and Build Quality The design and the build quality on the 9 Speed Edition are reflections of the previous realme devices. It has a glass front, a plastic frosted back, and a plastic frame. Even though the device is predominantly a plastic build one, it still boasts a solid heft to the touch. The camera module is positioned vertically on the top left corner of the device. With 8.5 mm thickness, the device brings finesse as well as elegance. Weighing 199g this phone is manageable. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone Moving to the ports and button selection, users won't be missing out on anything. The Type – C charging port, the primary mic, the bottom-firing speaker, and the headphone jack are placed side by side. the top features the secondary mic which is ever so special for high-quality calls. The interesting design choice was the placement of the power button and the volume buttons as they each grace the right and left side of the device respectively. The power button as always complements the fingerprint scanner. To make it even more obvious, realme has dented the frame along with the button to make it more prominent for the touch. And of course, there’s support for two active sims along with a micro SDXC slot. The overall package is a compact offering that punches way above its price range. At least from the design perspective, realme has absolutely nailed the 9 Speed Edition. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons Display The display on the realme 9 Speed Edition is an IPS LCD one with Panda Glass protection. While this might sound like a letdown for many, bear with us for the rest of the specs. Even though the display is an LCD, it comes with FHD+ resolution, 600 nits HBM, and a whopping 144 Hz refresh rate. These absolutely stacked specs allow the 9 Speed to conjure arguably the best-performing LCD panel out there, for any price range. realme has always calibrated its panels for high dynamic, high contrast performance. The colors look crisp with a distinctly warm tone to them. Read More: 10 Smart TVs Under Tk50000 in Bangladesh Not to mention the 144 Hz refresh rate everything is buttery smooth. And if the display smoothness wasn’t enough, realme has made the animations even faster which only doubles down on the already lightning-fast experience. Overall, the display experience is easily the highlight of the device, especially considering the price. Camera Series The realme 9 Speed features a different camera module from the standard 9. The main sensor is a 48 MP (f/1.8 aperture, 26mm width, ½-inch) one which is a downgrade from the 108 MP one found on the standard 9. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money The other two are 2 MP (f/2.4) macro and 2MP (f/2.4) depth sensors which are mostly there for marketing stunts rather than performance. But that doesn’t take away from the overall camera output. The Sony IMX586 sensor captures perfect daylight and portrait shots. The images look sharp with great details and dynamic range. The edge detection on the portrait shots was also noticeably better than last year’s. The Sony sensor also does a decent job indoors and with artificial lighting. Granted the image quality isn’t as good as daylight but it can still pull off a decent job. The images have a consistent exposure with reduced grains and noises. It sure won’t compete with the industry leaders but it's definitely a touch above its peers. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Review: Budget phone with fingerprint sensor The story is also the same with the 16 MP (f/2.1 aperture, 26mm wide, 1/3.09-inch, 1.0µm) front camera. It’s a good wide-angle shooter perfect for selfies. For the rear camera series, the videography maxes out at 4K at 30 fps with the 1080P supporting up to 120 fps slo-mo. There’s no external stabilization. As a result, the videos appear to be a bit shaky. Other than that, it’s a very capable camera system. With the front camera, you can shoot 1080pixel footage at 30fps. Read More: vivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition? Processor and Performance The realme 9 Speed takes the processing power up a notch from the standard 9. The Speed edition comes with Snapdragon 778G 5G built on the 6 nm architecture. The octa-core chipset has 1 2.4 GHz Cortex-A78 and 3 2.2 GHz Cortex-A78 and 4 1.9 GHz Cortex-A55 chips for efficient and balanced performance. The realme 9 Speed absolutely blazes through day-to-day tasks partly because of this efficient processor and the smooth animation with a high refresh rate display. The 778 5G performs well on the gaming front as well. Read More: Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 12 series: Can it hold the legacy? Titles like Asphalt 9 and COD run smoothly on high graphics settings thanks to the Adreno 642L GPU. The only downside would be that the device does get heated up after half an hour or so of continued gaming. The OS is based on the realme UI 3.0 with Android 11 out of the box. realme has since released a stable Android 12 for the device. On paper and in real-life usage, the realme 9 Speed is the perfect upper-mid-range device. For any average user, the device will easily give a flagship-like feeling at a fraction of the cost. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Battery and Charge Time The realme 9 Speed Edition sports a 5000 mAh battery with 30W fast charging on board. The high refresh rate display demands a lot of power and the battery life is justifiably a bit short at around 5-6 hours of SoT. realme claims that the charger can top up the device up to 50% in just 25 minutes. So, charging should be an easy affair here. Price of realme 9 5G Speed Edition The realme 9 Speed Edition has two variants: 6/128 GB and 8/128 GB. The price for the base model stand at 19,999 INR (25,366 BDT) whereas the upper variant comes at 22,999 INR (29,171 BDT). The conversion rate is 1 INR = 1.27 BDT. The official price of realme 9 Speed Edition may vary in Bangladesh. Read More: vivo V25, V25e Review: Is the Price Difference Justified? Final Words The youth-centric smartphone brand realme provides solutions for people looking for a capable device without breaking the bank. This has been the story with almost every single device from the company including realme 9 speed edition. Does 9 Speed Edition essentially justify its name? Its fast performance all around is satisfactory. Its display, processor, or charging speed, everything seems standard. However, the camera performance has been reduced a bit with the main sensor in favor of the speed. But that only makes a minimal difference. On the whole, if you are looking for a standard mid-range device, you can consider the realme 9 5G speed. Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022
Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi launched its K series with an aim to offer a performance-centric budget phone. Debuted in 2019, Redmi K20 series got a huge response from users. In this legacy, Redmi brought K50i, which was first launched in India in July 2022. It has some high-performing configurations such as Dimensity 8100 chipset, triple camera setup, 256GB storage, 144Hz refresh rate, and more. Let’s take a look at the key specs, advantages, and disadvantages of Xiaomi’s Redmi K50i Smartphone. Key Features of Redmi K50i Design Although the phone doesn’t come with an excellent appearance, it is a decent-looking phone. It has a textured back made with polycarbonate that gives a solid quality with a distinctive look. K50i comes in three colors Phantom Blue, Stealth Black, and Quick Silver. All these color variations will surely give you a premium feel. You will get a rectangular camera module on the top left of the back, which is aligned with the sides making it more proportionate. It has three lenses as well as a dual LED flash. The rugged back is great at resisting fingerprints. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons The smartphone’s top edge features an IR blaster, a 3.5-mm headphone jack, and a speaker grille. The bottom carries a USB Type-C port, a speaker grille, and a SIM card slot. You will get the volume rockers power button on the right edge while the left edge is kept idle. The placement of buttons is good and clicky. The front contains a glass display with a hole for the camera at the top center. The smartphone boasts a thick chin and curved edges to provide a comfortable feel in hand. The phone measures 8.9 mm thick and weighs 200 grams. Its screen-to-body ratio is about ~85.1% screen-to-body ratio Display The Redmi K50i 5G comes with a 6.6-inch FHD FFS display which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. However anyone can expect an AMOLED display at this price range, but it does not mean that the display in the K50i is not great. Read More: 10 Smart TVs Under Tk50000 in Bangladesh The smartphone’s screen has 1080 x 2460 pixels resolution along with about ~407 PPI density. They are attractive and bright screens with lots of detail. This is a good display, and when surfing web content, social media, or other media, you will see a benefit. The display has a 144Hz refresh rate which adjusts the usage of the user giving a smooth experience. Although the phone comes with 500 nits brightness, you may face difficulties using it under direct sunlight. It supports HDR10 with Dolby Vision which makes it easy to play OTT and YouTube content. Camera The Redmi K50i has a triple camera on the back, which includes a 64 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultrawide lens, and a 2 MP macro camera. You will get a 16 MP selfie camera on the front. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money Rear Camera Series While most smartphone cameras provide a 50 MP main camera in a budget range, Xiaomi took a bold move with a 64 MP wide camera featuring an aperture of f/1.9, a sensor size of 1/1.72-inch, and 0.8µm. It works great in good lighting and gives a clear full detailed image. However, you may not get the expected performance in the dark. But you will get a slightly better image using a dedicated night mode setup. However, sometimes the dedicated night mode may make the image look artificial. The camera’s shutter speed is fast and responsive, and there is very little delay in processing the image. Coming up to an 8 MP ultrawide lens with an aperture of f/2.2 and a 120-degree field-of-view. It secures average clicks with minimal detail and very few distortions. Dynamic range is virtually acceptable, and there are a couple of clicks that come out with a lot of noise. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Review: Budget phone with fingerprint sensor The 2MP macro sensor comes with an aperture of f/2.4. It is fine for close-up images, but that is about it. It doesn’t provide good picture quality and should be used at your discretion. There are options for shooting modes, such as Auto, Portrait, and Long Exposure. Bursts, clones, and other features will make the photography even more appealing. Front Camera When using the 16 MP wide selfie lens featuring f/2.5 aperture, the phone captures pictures that appear natural and capture lively skin tones. During the daytime, the camera uses a reddish hue that makes the user appear as if the person is wearing makeup. If the beautification mode is off, then the skin tone comes naturally. The selfies look enhanced here, but the quality of detail is preserved. Xiaomi could make the selfie lens better. Read More: vivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition? Video Capacity The rear primary sensor can shoot up to 4K footage at 30fps. You can capture 1080p videos at 30fps or 60fps. While with a selfie camera you can capture 1080p videos at 30fps. Performance The Xiaomi K50i 5G smartphone is based on the Dimensity 8100 5nm chipset by MediaTek that makes the daily routine a breeze. The graphic unit is enriched with Mali-G610 MC6 GPU. Multiple functions are handled without issue, even if various apps run simultaneously in the background. Switching between applications is seamless, and apps open and load quickly. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Review: Can it fulfil users’ expectations Paired together with 8GB RAM, the smartphone is significantly faster and smoother, and 256GB storage offers ample space to store whatever content you like. However, you can buy other variations, too, such as 128GB 6GB RAM and 128GB 8GB RAM. Redmi K50i runs MIUI 13 out of the box using the Android 12 OS. This smartphone likewise permits you to customize it by playing around with wallpapers, widgets, and applications. It comes with plenty of bloatware, so make sure you uninstall them to get a faster experience if you don’t need them. However, the good thing is that there is no adware. Redmi K50i has dual stereo speakers that support Dolby Atmos sound. The sound quality is good, but low and mid frequencies lack depth and richness. The bottom speaker sounds slightly better than the one on top, but overall, both of them could have been significantly better. There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack for old-school listeners. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Battery and Charger The Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G features a 5080mAh battery that can easily last an entire day with moderate usage. Even when the refresh rate is 144Hz and activities like watching movies and clicking photos are being handled, the battery stays charged for a day, so you will not have to charge. The phone comes with 67w fast charging features. With the USB Type-C charger, you can charge the device from 0 to 100% in about 45-50 minutes. Price of Xiaomi Redmi K50i The K50i 128GB 6GB RAM version is priced at 22,990 rupees which is BDT 28,411 (1 rupee= BDT 1.24). The 256GB 8GB RAM will cost 25,999 rupees which will be 32,129 in Bangladeshi Taka (1 rupee= BDT 1.24). Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022 The phone is yet to be officially available in Bangladesh. However, the official price of redmi K50i may vary in Bangladesh. Verdict Redmi K50i can be a great choice for users who prefer a well-performed smartphone. It has a decent battery life, a fast processor, a quick charging feature, bright display with an excellent camera. All these give you a fast performance whether you play games or browse the internet while lots of apps are running in the background.
China-based mobile phone maker itel has brought its Vision 5 Plus smartphone to Bangladesh. The device is equipped with a 6.6-inchFHD+ Display, 128GB storage+4GB, Tiger 606 processor, 7GB RAM (4GB+3GB), 5000mAh with 18W fast charge and side-mounted fingerprint for Tk13,690, according to a media statement. Read: 10 Smart TVs Under Tk50000 in Bangladesh The ultra-high definition screen of Vision 5 Plus can better display the details of the picture. Also, it can make the picture quality more delicate and the effect more natural and realistic. Vision 5 Plus has a 16MP triple rear AI camera and a 5MP selfie camera with flash. The device comes in two colours: Liquid Silver and Sunshine Blue colours.