Dhaka — In Bangladesh, e-commerce brand Evaly and Realme have tied up to bring the fifth-generation mobile network or 5G supported smartphones to the market.
As a strategic partner, domestic e-commerce marketplace Evaly and smartphone brand Realme will bring together affordable 5G smartphones for customers to expand 5G in the country.
The 5G smartphone will be a daily accessory for everyone in Bangladesh – Realme, and Evaly, the smartphone brands of choice for young people will work together with this motto in mind.
Already, according to a global market report, Realme has become one of the top three mobile brands in the country.
Following this, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Realme and Evaly at the Evaly office recently with the aim of bringing affordable 5G smartphones to the country’s market.
At the signing ceremony, Shalima Nasrin, chairman of Evaly, and Tim Shaw, managing director of Realme, signed on behalf of their respective organizations.
On the occasion of the signing of the agreement, Mohammad Russell, Managing Director and CEO of Evaly, said, “We, Evaly and Realme, will work together to expand and expand 5G in Bangladesh.”
The most important thing for this is to bring the price of 5G-supported smartphones within the reach of the customers. This is what Evaly and Realme will do.
On the other hand, regarding the partnership and MoU, Realme’s managing director Tim Shaw said that 70% of the smartphones that Realme will bring in the next two years will be 5G smartphones.
Besides Realme will lead this advancement in technology. Realme will serve as a pioneer of the 5G smartphone in the local market.
We will work closely with Evaly as a partner in achieving this goal. Realme’s 5G smartphone will be trendy, fashionable, and with great specifications. We will bring 5G-Realme smartphones for everyone in every price range, he added.
The signing ceremony was attended by Arif R Hossain, Chief Marketing Officer, Evaly, HM Tariqul Kamrul, Chief Operating Officer and senior officials of both the companies.