Webinar arranged by realme on expectations from the 5G ecosystem
A webinar titled "5G For All: Expectations From the 5G Ecosystem" was recently organised by The Daily Star to discuss different aspects related to 5G technology.
Tim Shao, Managing Director of realme Bangladesh; Mohammad Rassel, Founder and CEO of e-commerce marketplace Evaly; Tarikul Kamrul, Chief Operating Officer of Evaly, Reeves Li, Branding Director of realme Bangladesh; Wasek Sazzad, Planning Manager, Branding, realme Bangladesh; Salman Rahman, Partner, Private Sector Division, Inspira Advisory and Consulting Limited and renowned tech reviewer Ashiqur Rahman Tushar from Android ToTo Company (ATC), took part in the webinar, moderated by Shahriar Rahman, Editor, Toggle, The Daily Star.
Tim Shao hopes that realme will be able to bring 100 million 5G phones in the next three years globally. "realme wants to be at the forefront of 5G. We want to provide the young people in Bangladesh 5G phones in every price range," he said.
"Apart from policy support of the government, telcos will play a part in the rollout of the 5G network. It is very important that device manufacturers offer 5G phones at various price points so that mass people can reap the benefits of 5G," said Salman Rahman.
Mohammad Rassel said, "When realme is planning to offer 5G phones at best prices to everyone, Evaly will play the biggest role so that consumers can buy these phones without bearing any additional cost."
Reeves Li said, "This network will be transformative, fueling innovation in every industry. realme believes that 5G smartphone development has entered 2.0 era." He also expressed his hopes to further increase realme's 5G offering and expand their product portfolio to offer more affordable devices.
Ashiqur Rahman Tushar said, "The youth are quite excited about 5G technology because of faster speed, low latency rate and buffer-less streaming."
"There are only a few 5G phones in the market which are not affordable for everyone. We have joined hands with realme to offer smart and affordable 5G phones to our 20 million customers," said HM Tarikul Kamrul, on behalf of Evaly.
"Our youth are cent per cent interested about 5G network. realme 5G academy has been launched to serve that purpose and enlighten our youth about different aspects of 5G," said Wasek Sazzad.