For the first time, Samsung Bangladesh has brought a flagship Note device for the local youths at an affordable price.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite is the second flagship mobile, which is assembled at the company's local assembly plant in the country.
Customers can buy this phone for Tk55,999, which is cheaper than the imported one.
Built on the legacy of the Galaxy Note series, the Lite model comes with key premium features like the latest signature S Pen and camera technology, an immersive display, and a long-lasting battery.
Samsung Bangladesh launched the new Galaxy Note10 Lite on Monday.
"Galaxy Note10 Lite represents our continuous effort to deliver industry-leading innovations – from performance and power to intelligence and services. We are pleased to release a flagship line device for our young customers," said Md Muyeedur Rahman, head of mobile of the company.
Now, young users can enjoy the premium Note experience. They can also increase productivity on the Galaxy Note10 Lite with the signature S Pen supporting Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE).
With the BLE, users can navigate through a presentation, control their video content or take a picture - all with a simple click of the S Pen.
Air command will also give them quick and easy access to the signature S Pen features.
Galaxy Lite device offers a number of camera features and capabilities. On the rear camera, the Galaxy Note10 Lite boasts a triple camera system comprising three 12MP sensors.
For selfies, the device offers a 32MP resolution punch-hole camera with f/2.2 aperture in the front part.
The device is also equipped with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O display. It is powered by 10nm 64-bit Exynos 9810 octa-core processor paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
The Galaxy Note10 Lite is backed by a 4500mAh battery with the fast charging feature.
Price in other countries
Earlier, Samsung launched two versions of the global Galaxy Note10 Lite phone. Of these, the first one came with a combo of 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM.
The second one had the combo of 8GB RAM with 128GB ROM.
The global price of this premium flagship is 518 British pounds.
The Galaxy Note10 Lite was launched on January 22 in the Indian market. The prices of the 6GB and 8GB versions were 39,990 rupees and 40,990 rupees respectively.
Samsung assembly plant in Bangladesh
Fair Electronics Ltd is now assembling about 97 percent of all the Samsung devices sold in Bangladesh. The assembler also expects suspending import of Samsung devices after March as its local plant is capable of meeting the domestic demand entirely.
Fair Electronics has set up a mobile assembly plant with their other appliances in Narsingdi two years ago. It is a 58,000 square feet state-of-the-art plant.
The company started assembling 4G smartphones last year.
The first batch of locally assembled Note10+ was delivered to the market in the first week of January this year.
Currently, Samsung is the top player in the smartphone segment where they occupy 31 percent market share in terms of volume, and 48 percent in terms of value.