* Offecial Smart Phone 2024

Walton NEXG N72

Walton NEXG N72

Price: 11999Tk

Ram: 4 GB
Itel P55

Itel P55

Price: 11990Tk

Ram: 4 / 8 GB
Walton NEXG N25

Walton NEXG N25

Price: 13999Tk

Ram: 8 GB
Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 4G

Xiaomi Redmi Note 13 4G

Price: 22999Tk

Ram: 6 / 8 GB
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE

Samsung Galaxy S23 FE

Price: 109990Tk

Ram: 8 GB
Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra

Price: 243999Tk

Ram: 12 GB
Xiaomi Redmi 13C

Xiaomi Redmi 13C

Price: 14490Tk

Ram: 4/6/8 GB
itel S23+

itel S23+

Price: 19990Tk

Ram: 4 / 8 GB

* Offecial Button Phone 2024

Symphony BL102

Symphony BL102

Price: 1180Tk

Date: 2024, January
Mycell Mi207

Mycell Mi207

Price: 1200Tk

Date: 2023
Bontel S5 Folding Phone

Bontel S5 Folding Phone

Price: 1499Tk

Date: 2024, January
Itel Magic X Pro

Itel Magic X Pro

Price: 2999Tk

Date: 2024, January
Migo D40

Migo D40

Price: 1050Tk

Date: 2024, January
Proton E20

Proton E20

Price: 1350Tk

Date: 2024, January
Itel Power 450

Itel Power 450

Price: 1550Tk

Date: 2024, January 27
GDL G606

GDL G606

Price: 1299Tk

Date: 2024, January 15

* Unoffecial Smart Phone 2024

Oppo Reno11 Pro

Oppo Reno11 Pro

Price: 53499Tk

Ram: 12 GB
Xiaomi-14

Xiaomi-14

Price: 84990Tk

Ram: 8 / 12 / 16 GB
Motorola Edge 40 Neo

Motorola Edge 40 Neo

Price: 33490Tk

Ram: 8 / 12 GB
Realme GT Neo 5

Realme GT Neo 5

Price: 43490Tk

Ram: 8 / 12 /16 GB
Vivo iQOO 12 Pro

Vivo iQOO 12 Pro

Price: 96990Tk

Ram: 12 / 16 GB
Vivo iQOO Z7s

Vivo iQOO Z7s

Price: 26999Tk

Ram: 6 / 8 GB
Vivo iQOO Neo 7 Pro 5G

Vivo iQOO Neo 7 Pro 5G

Price: 46999Tk

Ram: 8 / 12 GB
Vivo iQOO Neo 7 5G

Vivo iQOO Neo 7 5G

Price: 38999Tk

Ram: 8 / 12 GB

Smakdoor | Mobile Phone price in Bangladesh

Smart Phone

A smartphone (often simply called a phone) is a mobile device that combines the functionality of a traditional mobile phone with advanced computing capabilities. It typically has a touchscreen interface, allowing users to access a wide range of applications and services, such as web browsing, email, social media, and multimedia playback. Smartphones also have built-in cameras, GPS navigation, and support for various communication methods, including voice calls, text messaging, and internet-based messaging apps. Smartphones are distinguished from older-design feature phones by their more advanced hardware capabilities and extensive mobile operating systems, access to the internet, and multimedia functionality, including music, video, and gaming. Smartphones typically contain a number of metal–oxide–semiconductor (MOS) integrated circuit (IC) chips, include various sensors that can be leveraged by pre-installed and third-party software (such as a magnetometer, a proximity sensor, a barometer, a gyroscope, an accelerometer, and more), and support wireless communication protocols (such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or satellite navigation). More recently, smartphone manufacturers have begun to integrate satellite messaging connectivity and satellite emergency services into devices for use in remote regions where there is no reliable cellular network. Following the rising popularity of the iPhone in the late 2000s, the majority of smartphones have featured thin, slate-like form factors with large, capacitive touch screens with support for multi-touch gestures rather than physical keyboards. Most modern smartphones have the ability for users to download or purchase additional applications from a centralized app store. They also often have support for cloud storage and cloud synchronization, virtual assistants, and mobile payment services. Smartphones have largely replaced personal digital assistant (PDA) devices, handheld/palm-sized PCs, portable media players (PMP),[3] and, to a lesser extent, handheld video game consoles and dedicated E-reader devices. In 2022, 1.43 billion smartphone units were shipped worldwide. 75.05 percent of the world population were smartphone users as of 2020.[4] Improved hardware and faster wireless communication (due to standards such as LTE) have bolstered the growth of the smartphone industry. (source:wikipedia)

Smartphone Android

Android is a mobile operating system (32-bit and 64-bit) based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open-source software, designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android is developed by a consortium of developers known as the Open Handset Alliance, though its most widely used version is primarily developed by Google. It was unveiled in November 2007, with the first commercial Android device, the HTC Dream, being launched in September 2008.(source:wikipedia)

Button Phone

Prior to the popularity of smartphones, the term 'feature phone' was often used on high-end mobile telephones with assorted functions for retail customers, developed at the advent of 3G networks, which allowed sufficient bandwidth for these capabilities.[1] Depending on extent of functionality, feature phones may have many of the capabilities of a smartphone, within certain cases.[2] (source:wikipedia)