Nokia, the Finnish multinational telecommunications company, has recently announced the launch of its new line of smartphones "Made in Bangladesh". This move is a significant step towards supporting the country's economy and boosting the local manufacturing industry.
The new smartphones will be manufactured at a facility in Bangladesh's Gazipur district, which is owned and operated by the Finnish company HMD Global, which holds the exclusive rights to produce Nokia-branded mobile phones and smartphones.
The move to produce Nokia smartphones in Bangladesh is expected to create employment opportunities for local workers and help in the transfer of technological knowledge and skills. It is also expected to have a positive impact on the country's economy by boosting local production and reducing the country's reliance on imported goods.
According to Pekka Lundmark, President, and CEO of Nokia, "The production of Nokia smartphones in Bangladesh is a testament to the country's capabilities and the skilled workforce, and we are delighted to be working with HMD Global to support the local industry and create job opportunities for the people of Bangladesh."
The smartphones produced at the facility in Bangladesh will be sold in both local and international markets. Nokia has a reputation for producing high-quality smartphones that are affordable and packed with features. The company is known for its robust build quality, long battery life, and timely software updates, which are all essential features that customers look for in a smartphone.
The launch of the "Made in Bangladesh" smartphones is expected to be well-received by customers who are looking for high-quality, affordable smartphones that are also ethically produced. The move is also expected to have a positive impact on the country's economy, and it is hoped that other companies will follow Nokia's lead in supporting local manufacturing industries.
The launch of "Made in Bangladesh" smartphones by Nokia is a positive step towards supporting the country's economy and creating employment opportunities for local workers. The move also has the potential to boost the country's technological capabilities and position it as a hub for manufacturing high-quality electronics. It will be exciting to see how this move will impact the local industry and the country as a whole in the years to come.