Symphony has rolled out their new Z40 flagship in Bangladesh, a phone with minimal gaming capability.
It features a 6.55-inch display, Android 10.0 operating system, and the entry-level MediaTek's G35 2.3 GHz Octacore processor, designed for 'mainstream' gaming. The processor is backed up by an IMG Power VR GE8320 680 MHz GPU, 3GB of DDR4 RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
A variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM will be available soon, the press release said.
Despite being a 'gaming' phone, the display is of a mediocre 720 * 1600 resolution with 20: 9 aspect ratio, slightly obstructed by a 13-megapixel punch-hole front camera. The rear main camera is also 13-megapixel, with an aperture of f1.9. A 5-megapixel 120-degree ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor round out the rear camera cluster.
Powering the entire device is a 5000 mAh li-polymer battery, which Symphony claims is good for two days of normal use.
Other features include a multifunction fingerprint sensor, reverse charging, face unlock, AI, etc.
The 3GB variant is offered in three colour options, with an asking price of Tk. 10,490/.