Symphony Z45 Review: Handy budget smartphone with basic features

The Symphony Z45 is an updated and enhanced version of the Symphony Z series. It is the Symphony Z40’s descendant. Symphony Z45 was released on 10th February. Symphony has maintained its grip on the minimal budget phone users, as seen by the configuration and price range of the current phones. Symphony Z45, despite its low price, has a lot to offer.

Key Features of Symphony Z45


The basic design of the Symphony Z45 elevates it above and above its pricing range. The phone’s dimensions of 164.4 x 75.7 x 8.63mm give it a tab-like look. It may be tough for users to use it with only one hand.

The general design of the phone is attractive and useful. Thanks to the linear vertical textured design on the rear with a matt gradient effect, users will not be able to complain about the appearance. The delicate texture has a pleasant hand feel as well as a pleasing aesthetic appearance. It gives you better hold on the phone and protects the back from finger marks. The phone is 190g in weight.

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A dual-camera bump and a fingerprint sensor can be seen on the phone’s rear. Because reaching it with fingers involves a lot of effort, the sensor may seem to be higher than it should be. The right side of the phone has the volume controls and the power button. On the left, there’s a dual SIM card slot, and on the bottom, there’s a loudspeaker and an audio jack. Consumers will undoubtedly get more than just the essentials.


It sports a capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of up to 1600*720 pixels on a 6.52-inch IPS LCD display. This is substantially more expensive than many other low-cost phones. Low-cost phones seldom have extra-large and higher-quality displays. The phone’s display features a high refresh rate, which contributes to its durability. Users of the phone will have a pleasant experience with the touch response as a result of this.

The brightness is really low, which looks to be a problem. However, the phone’s display, which has a 269ppi color density, has a lot of promise in terms of image quality. On the top mid-section of the display, a teardrop lens housing can be spotted. Furthermore, consumers will notice that the chins and bezels are slimmer. The display has a 16.7 million color system and can easily present high-resolution films and photos.

Rear Camera

There are two cameras on the main camera panel. A 13MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor are included in the main camera. The photographs generated by these lenses are mediocre, and the Symphony Z45 cameras will not create anything out of the ordinary.

It’s possible that the provided photographs have a little warm tone to them. Warm tones offer value to the overall appearance of the photographs at times, but they may also distract from the mood at other times. The contrast rises in dim light. Samsung Camera Sensor is one of the several features included in the main camera pair.

Watermark, Portrait Mode, Night Mode, Insight Google lens, Motion, Enhanced lowlight picture, Slow-motion, QR Code, Face beauty, and HDR are just a few of the features available. Taking photos at night need additional caution in order to attain a high degree of quality. Users may capture films at 30 frames per second with a maximum resolution of 4128 × 3096 pixels using the main camera.

Front Camera

The front teardrop holder has an 8MP selfie lens. In keeping with the current trend in other low-cost phones, the Symphony Z45 has a front-facing camera with maximum lens capacity. The front lens does little more than improving the image’s brightness. This produces crisp images, but the picture becomes smoother as a consequence of the absence of sharpness and detail. Portrait mode images are of middling quality and contribute little to the camera’s overall performance.

Performance and Software

The phone is powered by an octa-core UNISOC T610 CPU running at 1.8GHz. This chipset is more often seen in low-end smartphones. Additionally, Symphony Z45 has a GE8322 GPU with a maximum clock speed of 550MHz to complement the CPU. When combined, the phone delivers consistent performance and low-level games. The 4GB RAM and 64GB built-in memory makes it a tough act to follow for other companies.

Users may experience subpar gameplay overall due to the phone’s slowness while playing high- or mid-resolution games such as PUBG, Call of Duty, or Asphalt. Users should avoid playing these kinds of games since they place pressure on the CPU. The Symphony Z33 runs on Android 11. As a result, it will streamline some processes and deliver a more enjoyable experience.

Battery and Charger

This takes us to another of Symphony Z45’s distinguishing characteristics. It is powered by a 5000 mAh battery. It enables a normal user to utilize the Symphony Z45 for up to two days on a single charge. Users can operate the phone for at least a single day if they spend long hours gaming and viewing videos.

The user will get a charger in the package with the new phone. Once the phone is plugged in, the charger takes some time to recharge the battery.

Price of Symphony Z45 in Bangladesh

The Symphony Z45 is offered in a single configuration. It has 4GB RAM and a 64GB ROM. The phone will cost users BDT 10,190.

Bottom Line

The low-cost phone sector has become one of the most competitive in the world. In such a throng, it’s impossible to lift one’s head. The Symphony Z45 has been tried with its excellent design, extra-big display, strong RAM, and enough storage, as well as a huge battery. When the pricing is considered, the other flaws do not seem to be issued. Individuals looking for a low-cost phone capable of doing routine duties may select the phone without hesitation.

Source: United News of Bangladesh