The popularity of low-priced phones has soared in Bangladesh. The ongoing Covid situation has concerned everyone. People now need to stay connected with each other more than before. That's why the market of the smartphone is observing a surge of people who want to buy a smartphone within their budget. It's not long before Symphony launched Symphony Z40 in an attempt to meet people's demand. The model created a buzz and made a record sale. Overwhelmed by the response, Symphony has launched another budget-friendly phone, Symphony Z35. If you want details information on the phone, this Symphony Z35 review will be of help.
Symphony Z35 Review: Justifies Quality and Budget
General Structure and Appearance
Symphony Z35 can easily beat other near price range phones with its design and look. The phone lengths nearly 6.84 inch which is longer than its other peers. However, the design is balanced, and finger manoeuvring is comfortable.
Body: The main body is a plastic build. The polymer finish at the back with "V" shaped gradient gloss brings a standard look to the device. However, the texture pattern might look cliched as most around budgeted phones are following the style trend.
The back rooms a triple camera panel along with a fingerprint sensor. The placing of the sensor might feel a bit higher at first. But with regular use, that feeling will go away.
Sides: On the right side of Symphony Z35, you will find the power button, the volume control, along a google assistant button. The top rooms a 3.5 mm audio jack, while the right side places a dual sim cards holder and extendable memory tray. At the bottom are a microphone, USB Type-C ports and the bottom-firing speakers.
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All about the Screen and Front
A 6.82-inch IPS LCD display covers most of the front screen. The sin and bezel around the display are a bit thicker. A thinner bezel could draw more elegance on the entire front look of the device.
The monitor maintains a 720 x 1640 pixels resolution which is considerable for the price range. The colour quality and contrast seem comparatively better.
The only aspect of the Symphony Z35's front is its placeholder for the front camera. Like its most ancestors, the smartphone has a waterdrop designed camera holder at the upper middle portion of the screen. A punch-hole would be the best option here.
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Speakers and Sound
The loudspeaker used in this phone produces quality sound. However, things get a bit skewed when the volume is over 90%. The speakers provide noisy and somewhat unaligned sound. Keeping the volume below 90% solves the problem and generates better sound.
The rear camera panel gives room to three cameras. Among them, the primary shooter is a 13MP camera. There are also a 2MP depth sensor and a 0.08MP PVGA sensor.
The overall picture capturing performance is appreciable. Not many phones of the same budget range have a better camera than these. The main camera can produce pictures with greater sharpness and depict enough details. However, it works best in proper daylight. In shadowy places or at night-time, some noises can be noticed.
The 8MP secondary camera on the front produces great portraits. The colour reproduction and detailing are near perfect even in the low light.
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Processor and Graphics
Low-budget phones are more capable now, as we see in Symphony Z35. The main chipset of the phone is MediaTek Helio G35 which is more common in mid-range phones. The octa-core processor with a 2.3GHz clock speed is something worth considering if someone wants something powerful.
The smartphone uses 3 GB RAM. This, for sure, is another aspect that raises a question. To support such a powerful chipset, processor, and GPU, a minimum of 4GB RAM should have been implemented. It would take the user experience to the top.
With the help of the GPU IMG GE GE8320, the processor keeps every operation smoothly up and running. Gaming seems quite impressive with this phone in comparison with other same budget phones.
Sustainability and Others
If there is one significant feature that makes Symphony Z35 unique is its battery. The Li-ion 6000 mAh battery will give users coverage that is impossible for other near budgeted phones. Even heavy users will get enough battery support. It is possible to use the phone three or four days at a stretch without giving any charge. Excessive use like long screen-and video time lessens the coverage duration only by one day. The phone will give coverage for at least 2 days under any circumstance.
When it comes to charging, a 15W charger comes along with the Symphony Z35 model. For a low-price smartphone, this is beyond the standard. Even formerly launched Symphony Z40 offers a 10W charger.
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Specs of Symphony Z35
Symphony Z35 Technical Specifications
Supported Network GSM / HSPA / LTE
Dimension 173.8 X 78.6 X 9.45 mm
Weight 208 g
Materials Glass front, Plastic frame
Display Type IPS LCD
Display Resolution 720 x 1640 pixels
Display Size 6.82 inches
Internal Memory 32GB
Ram 3 GB
Chipset MediaTek Helio G35
GPU IMG GE GE8320
Primary Camera 13MP, 2MP (depth), 0.008MP
Secondary Camera 8 MP
Sound Loudspeakers, 3.5 mm Jack
Connectivity WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, microUSB 2.0, NFC
Sensor Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity
Battery Li-Ion 6000 mAh; Non-removable
Colour Charming Green, Fantastic Blue, Modern Blue, Super Green
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Price of Symphony Z35 in Bangladesh
Symphony Z35 has only one variant, and it is of 3GB RAM and 32 GB ROM. In the local market, it costs BDT 9,990.
The features and performance provided by Symphony Z35 have made it easy to reach a definite verdict. The phone is one of the best choices for its budget.
There could be many arguments indication some should have feature and capacity enhancement. Like a 4GB RAM would change the entire gameplay experience. From average, it would level up higher by providing a greater gaming experience.
The aperture of the primary camera could have been a bit higher. Thus, it would perform better in low light condition.
Still, the phone is unmatchable for its high-capacity battery and the implementation of the type-C USB within this price range.
People who are looking for a device that would give them an overall experience on a meagre budget should pick up Symphony Z35 undoubtedly.
Source: United News of Bangladesh