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Realme GT Master Edition to be launched in Bangladesh

Top 1 Smartphone brand in Q2, 2021 realme is gearing up to launch a flagship phone from its GT series – realme GT Master Edition along with C21Y and C11 2021 and 4 AIoT products through an online launch event in collaboration with popular tech reviewing youtube channel Android ToTo Company (ATC) on the 2nd of October 2021, a press release said realme GT Master Edition to be launched in Bangladesh.

realme GT Master Edition Series is one of the brand’s most high-end flagship so far. With an amazing design by famous Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa, this phone explores different smartphone aesthetics and it looks absolutely stunning.

Equipped with the flagship processor Snapdragon 778G 5G 6nm processor, realme GT Master Edition promises very smooth and fast performance. It features Super AMOLED fullscreen and 65W SuperDart charge that delivers very smooth viewing and gaming experience.. With the help of 64MP main camera and 32MP selfie camera, the users can enjoy exclusive and professional street photography.

realme will also launch new phones from their C series – realme C21Y which is an all-rounder entry-level phone. The C21Y comes with a massive 5000mAh battery and a 6.5-inch display and powerful Octa-core processor. This is one of the few phones certified by TÜV Rheinland. The C11 2021 also comes with 5000 mAh battery, reverse charging and super power saving mode.

About moving to high end phones, Tim Shao, Managing Director, realme Bangladesh said, With the support and love of our fans we have become the top 1 smartphone maker in Bangladesh in Q2, 2021 and we have studied and realized that our users are demanding more high end devices from us and with respect to that we are launching the GT Master Edition as the pioneer technology popularizer

realme is developing a diverse portfolio of 5G products with an aim to offer 100 million 5G phones in the next three years to the young users. Besides affordable 5G phones, realme will also bring more AIoT products to young consumers as realme has entered AIoT 2.0 development phase with its advanced ‘1+5+T’ strategy. According to Canalys, realme also became the top 1 smartphone maker in Bangladesh during Q2, 2021.

Facebook has apologised after again reporting problems with its services, days after a major outage hit WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook for hours.

The company said that a configuration change had impacted users globally, reports BBC. It added that the incident was not related to the outage that saw its products taken offline for over six hours earlier this week.

We’re so sorry if you weren’t able to access our products during the last couple of hours, the company said in a statement on Friday evening. We know how much you depend on us to communicate with one another. We fixed the issue – thanks again for your patience this week.

Earlier, web monitoring group Downdetector said that for a relatively short period of time on Friday there was an avalanche of messages from users reporting problems with Instagram. Some of them immediately took to Twitter and other social media platforms to complain about the second Instagram disruption and share memes on the issue.

On Monday, Facebook – which owns WhatsApp and Instagram – blamed an internal technical issue for the major outage which not only affected the firm’s services, but also employees’ work passes and email.

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