International telecom giant ZTE has launched a smartphone duo from its flagship Blade series in Bangladesh targeting entry-level inclusion.
ZTE officials introduced the devices at a scaled function at the head office of Anira International limited in the capital recently said a news release.
ZTE Corporation Bangladesh CEO Vincent Liu was the chief guest at the launching ceremony while Anira International limited Managing Director Ashraf Uddin and Directors Marzana Binte Ashraf and Farizah Binte were present on the occasion.
The smartphones — ZTE Blade L210 and V2020 – are available at Tk 5,990 and Tk 12,990 respectively. Local Mobile manufacturing company, Anira International Limited assembled the devices. The ZTE Blade L210 features Android Go 10 with 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, and a 6-inch display, while the ZTE Blade V2020 features Android 10 with a 6.82-inch display, 4 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage.
“ZTE is already one of the most popular mobile manufacturers in China, Europe and South Asian market with ranges such as the ZTE Grand, Blade and the Axon available in the region. We are delighted to bring ZTE smartphones for the Bangladesh market.” said a spokesperson of ZTE Bangladesh.
Anira International Managing Director Ashraf Uddin said: “We are obviously delighted to add the ZTE products of this market segment to our portfolio.”
The devices are available at all traditional mobile phone outlets in the country.