Locally assembled handsets launched with OK Mobile

23 Jul 2014

OK Mobile, a US-registered handset manufacturer which previously expanded to China, has launched a Bangladesh-based mobile device assembly business in collaboration with state-owned Telephone Shilpa Sangstha, the Dhaka Tribune reports. The joint venture claims to be offering the first ever locally-assembled mobile handsets in Bangladesh, having initially launched two low-budget models on the market, with plans for more launches shortly, including smartphones – the assembly equipment for which should be in place by December.


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