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  • Upcoming
    • OS:: Tizen-based wearable
    • Display:: 1.4 inches
    • Camera:: No
    • RAM:: 768 MB
    • Battery:: 340mAh Li-Ion
  • Samsung Galaxy S5

    • CPU: Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Storage: 16/32 GB
    • Display: Super AMOLED, 5.1 inches
    • Camera: 16 mega pixels
  • Sony Xperia Z2

    • Display: Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400
    • RAM: 3 GB
    • Storage: 16 GB
    • CPU: IPS LCD, 5.2 inches
    • Camera: 20.7 mega pixels
  • Upcoming
    • Display: 6.3 inches
    • RAM: 8 GB
    • Storage: 256 GB
    • CPU: Octa-core (2x2.73 GHz Mongoose M4 & 2x2.4 GHz Cortex-A75 & 4x1.9 GHz Cortex-A55)
    • Camera: 12 MP
  • LG G3

    • CPU: Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
    • RAM: 2/3 GB
    • Storage: 16/32 GB
    • Display: True HD-IPS+ LCD, 5.9 inches
    • Camera: 13 mega pixels
  • HTC One (E8)

    • CPU: Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Storage: 16 GB
    • Display: Super IPS LCD3, 5.0 inches
    • Camera: 13 mega pixels
  • LG G6

    • CPU: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Storage: 32 GB, 64 GB
    • Display: IPS LCD, 5.7 inches
    • Camera: 13 mega pixels Dual
  • Samsung Galaxy S4

    • CPU: Quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A15
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Storage: 16/32/64 GB
    • Display: Super AMOLED, 5.0 inches
    • Camera: 13 mega pixels
  • Vivo S1

    • Display: 6.38 inches
    • RAM: 4 GB
    • Storage: 128 GB
    • CPU: Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz Cortex-A75)
    • Camera: 16 MP


Mobile phones started to become popular in Bangladesh in the late nineties. The first phones were bigger in size than any phone today. There was an antenna on the top of the phone and it was quite a hassle to carry due to the weight. The only thing you can do with a phone, call. However, these phones were expensive and at that time it was quite prestigious to own such a common phone. These phones are no longer available in the market.

Feature Phones

Then at the beginning of the 20th century came the somewhat smarter so-called “bar phones” or “feature phones.” They are also called as “button phones” in Bangladesh. These phones had text message option, MMS, polyphonic ringtones, FM radio, 3.5 mm jack, simple games, Bluetooth and some of them also had a low-quality back camera. Feature phones gained rapid popularity among the people of Bangladesh. The entry-level feature phones were more priceworthy than the first generation mobile phones in Bangladesh and it offered many more features at the same time. It is because, by that time the technology was advancing faster, the market was growing, new brands were bringing new ideas and offers. MP3 ringtones, Mp3 player, videos, internet access through WAP etc. features also developed in the later generation of feature phones. Finnish brand Nokia was leading the feature phone market alone at that time. Phones like Nokia 3310, 1100,1110, 3210, 6600, 2600 led the local as well as global scene. Now there are many more brands that are offering decent quality devices with modest pricing. But Nokia still remains the most trustworthy name in this category. Samsung is another reliable name for the bar phone consumers that value consistent quality and durability.


In Mid 20th century, the first generation smartphones arrived in the market. Nokia kept its leading place with its N series smartphones. BlackBerry was another respectable name in the first-generation smartphone years. There were still no touchscreen, apps, etc. and one couldn’t do too many things with those devices. Accessing the internet was slowly getting more popular, but it was still possible only via a much slower GPRS technology since the 3G network arrived in Bangladesh in the year 2012. The first generation smartphones were finely designed with improved camera quality and higher internal storage. Storing photos, Mp3 audio files, MP4 or video files, various ringtones, mobile themes etc. were the main functionalities of those gadgets along with making 2G calls, sending SMS and MMS.

Android Smartphones

At the end of 2008, the first commercial Android phone was launched by HTC called HTC Dream. Within just one year of its launch, Android started to reshape the market entirely. Although Apple iPhones with iOS, Nokia’s Symbian or BlackBerry OS phones were present in the market, Android phones took the lead with its innovative Android store apps and through the number of possibilities these apps were offering. Android phones started to get attention in Bangladesh after the Launch of 3G network in Q4 2012. Symphony and Samsung were the leading names in the first years of Android in this south-east Asian country. As of 2019, Android has about 76% global smartphone market share which is expected to be much higher in Bangladesh.

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