Symphony has launched their latest flagship handset Xplorer ZV, through a press conference held in 5th of January 2015. The specialty of this phone is that for the first time in Bangladesh, Symphony is providing a phone according to the suggestions of the customers. Over time the customers have suggested/asked for a handset with specific configuration mainly in the facebook fan page. Symphony has listened to them and created Xplorer ZV according to their requirements and positioned the phone as “Your Phone”.
Its 5” IPS HD display is protected with Dragontrail Glass. This protects the touch panel from any scratches and outside pressure. It also has Gorilla Glass 3 on the back. Combination of both the glasses made the phone more durable and less fragile. IPS HD (1280X720) displays can playback 1080p video without lagging.
4.4.2 KitKat OS has been used along with MediaTek MTK 6592 octa core chipset which has 8 Cortex A7`s ticking inside it. Hence the handset works fast and gives a smooth operating experience. Considering the heterogeneous usage of the customers the phone has been equipped with 2 GB RAM to boost the processing and meet ultimate satisfaction.
To store data, pictures and songs as much as consumer wishes, Symphony is offering 16 GB ROM and unlike Xplorer ZIV it is expandable up to 32 GB.
Last but not the least, Xplorer ZV is the introduction of the Opera Max app. This app has been offered with a phone for the first time in Bangladesh. Opera Max allows users to control and monitor their internet data consumption by various applications. Users can save 50 % of mobile data across all applications and enjoy a smoother internet experience.
For detail: http://symphony-mobile.com/special/zv/index.html
5” HD IPS(1280*720)
Gorilla glass on the back and Dragontrail glass on the front
1.4 GHz Octa Core
13MP(Sony IMX Sensor)+ 2MP
MP3, MP4 & FM
3G,Wifi, EDGE, Bluetooth
16GB ROM +2GB RAM
Up to 32GB
2000mAh Li-ion Battery
Standby & Talk time
400 hours & 4 hours (*depend on phone settings, network)
Audio , Video & Call recorder
G-sensor, Accelerometer sensor, Light & Proximity, Hall Switch sensor