Symphony begins exporting ‘Made in Bangladesh’ smartphones to Nepal – The Daily Star


On 22 January, Symphony Mobile announced that they have begun exporting locally assembled ‘Made in Bangladesh’ smartphones to Nepal.

This export will be done through Apex Group Nepal. According to Symphony Mobile, the export began back in October 2021, and about 15,000 handsets of three models were sent in the first batch of exports. Symphony Mobile is planning on sending 10,000 phones of different models every month. 

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Symphony Mobile launched in 2018. About 12 million phones are being produced by them every year. They are also responsible for producing chargers, batteries and earphones, with plans for launching ‘Made in Bangladesh’ tablets soon.


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