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  • Hands on Review: Huawei P9 Lite

    So how far away has the diet taken the Lite from the flagship P9? Find out in this detailed video!

  • Symphony ZVII (3 GB)

    The Z series phones occupy the premium shelf with a smartly slashed pricing that keeps the devices below the 15k. And the first impression of the ZVII gives off the vibe that they have tried to pack as much as possible into the price range. The display is a 5.5 inch with very narrow bezel ensuring the phone doesn't step into the phablet territory.

  • Symphony Xplorer H300

    Symphony's H300 does not at all look like any of the H series phone we have encountered before. It has a lean metal wrapped around

  • New contender from Lenovo: ZUK Z1

    Lenovo brings about a new sub-brand under the ZUK nametag. Is a big sharp screen, big battery and last years flagship processor enough to set them on the path to world dominance?

  • WE X1 & Smart Solutions

    The sleek, red box with minimal graphics oozes a little class not common in most local packaging. First impressions matter

  • Symphony Xplorer H175

    We were sent the white device which seems to be the in thing for many device manufacturers. The back cover is a crosshatched white plastic with a machined aluminium edge going all round. At first glance, it's a safe design approach that won't offend anyone. The five inch display and the resulting bezel is just the right balance for most people to comfortably hold in their hands for one handed operation.

  • Symphony Xplorer H250

    When it comes to market a smartphone on budget, Symphony is the reigning king. In just three to four years,

  • HUAWEI MATE 8: Bring on blazing fast Kirin 950 processor

    Huawei is about to launch the Mate8 phablet in Bangladesh. We find out first how blazing fast is the Kirin 950 processor equipped device.


    Huawei has gone all metal for mid-range and up starting with the G7 Plus. So it looks great, but how does it run?

  • Mycell Iron Blue: The new entrant

    In the Bangladeshi smartphone market, a trend we have been noticing in the last couple of years is shift of focus from flagship smartphones to mid-range. But now in Q4 of 2015, we are seeing the battle move to the front line of the entry-level segment. Now, not only are the entry-level smartphones aggressively priced, they are also armed with really good hardware (at least on paper!). The device that we are reviewing today is a new entrant in this particular segment. It's Mycell Iron Blue. But can this phone stand up in the crowd? Let's find it out: