A huge milestone for Bangladesh! Samsung-the South Korean tech giant has recently made the manufacturing of Samsung Note 10+ in its local plant in Bangladesh. All of you who have some questions or another about the progress of our country here is a big shout out for you all from our local mobile device assembling industry.
Designed like a computer, the Samsung Note 10+ comes with a gaming console, a movie tech camera, and an intelligent pen. Feeling excited already? Why wouldn’t you!
Mohammad Mesbah Uddin, chief marketing officer of Fair Electronics, Samsung’s local assembly partner has told Daily Star:
“No doubt this is the most sophisticated handset produced in the country. We will now move to assemble more sophisticated handset models. Gradually, all the high-end models will be manufactured in our plant.”
The first group of locally amassed Note10+ from Fair Electronics’ 58,000 square feet cutting edge producing plant in Narsingdi was conveyed to the market in the first week of January.
The first batch has already been sold out. And another good news is that due to the local assembly, Samsung Note 10+ is currently priced at Tk 113,000, instead of Tk 144,300 (a staggering Tk 31,300 less).
The tremendous response from the market has also earned Fair Electronics to assemble the Note10 Lite, another top-notch handset from the tech giant. And as reports suggest, Samsung is now considering to produce Samsung Tabs locally.
So, indeed it is a state of sheer pride for Bangladesh and its current industrial revolution. Kudos to Fair Electronics and the team for such achievement and we hope they keep doing the great work.
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