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Smart and sleek Symphony S501 newest entry to smartphones in Sri Lanka


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Mobiworld Ltd. has introduced the newest addition the sleek and slim, S501 to the international mobile brand Symphony range in Sri Lanka.

The simple premium S501 with a series of enhanced features include the 5-inch HD display and a High Definition front and rear camera with 5MP (FF) + 5MP (AF) lens, f2.2 big aperture. It also has a reasonable size, (dimension 140.5*65.5*8.85mm) with a 5-inch screen body which makes it more portable than big display devices and ensures improved thumb control. 

The phone’s strong battery life is guaranteed with a 1950mAh battery capacity with intellectual power consumption management system, combined with optimised software platform. The longer battery life provides seven days dual sim stand by, 40 hours of playing music, six hours of video with Wi-Fi and five hours online games. This is available in the market for Rs. 10,990. The Symphony S501 also supports dual MICRO sim card and dual stand by. Among its other enhanced features are its high toughness and resistant to impact. The phone’s high strength plastic material is lighter than glass or metal and makes it notably shatter resistant, solid and durable. 

A complimentary pack consist of a Bluetooth ear phone, a screen protector and a back cover will be given to those who purchase a Symphony S501 phone.

Among its other notable features are the Proximity Sensor, where the short distance between face and handset makes it easier to perceive and more power saving. A Light Sensor facilitates self-adjusting light in a variety of environments. 

The ‘More Intelligent and more healthy’ new model comes complete with In Mold Transfer Technology on the Back Cover.  

The new model comes complete with In Mold Transfer Technology on the Back Cover. The Battery Cover comes with Copper foil heat radiating film for a better heat performance when using for long durations like playing games or watching TV.  The phone is available in black and inclusive a memory of RAM and ROM of 1GB and 8GB which operates via an Android and Oreo (go edition) operating system.  Symphony mobile purchasers are granted a special package courtesy of Hutch Telecom offering free 30 minutes voice calls, 30 SMS and 1.5GB data monthly to any network for 6 months for a minimum reload of Rs. 100. 

The Symphony mobile range in Sri Lanka currently includes, B22, B55, D10, L200, T85, SP5 Power bank and E90 smart phone.

Mobiworld is the National Distributor in Sri Lanka for Symphony, the fast-growing No.1 brand in Bangladesh which sells over 10 million handsets per year.

Commenting on Symphony’s S501 entry into Sri Lanka, Mobiworld Ltd. Managing Director Sanjeev Ariaratnam said, “We are happy that Symphony has already, within a very short and exciting period, become well accepted in the local market, competing strongly with a lot of the more well-known mobile phone brands. We are sure that Symphony’s latest S501 will be a top favourite in the local market.”

The Symphony’s E90 smartphone, which was also launched recently comes with a 4-inch WVGA display and a High Definition front and rear camera. A 1400mAh, High Density Polymerised Battery with intellectual power consumption management system which guarantees long battery life. The phone’s long battery life facilitates seven days dual sim standby, 40 hours playing music, 6 hours videos with wifi and 5 hours on-line games. The shatter-resistant, high strength plastic material makes the phone solid but light. E 90 has memory of 512MB+8GBand supports 64GB expand. The phone supports dual Micro Sim card and dual stand by. 

Symphony is a brand of Bangladesh’s EDISON Group, which holds an undisputed leadership position in that country’s mobile handset industry. Within a period of 10 years since its introduction at the end of 2008, the Symphony brand emerged as the fastest growing leading mobile handset brand in Bangladesh. 

A mobile devices and accessories distribution company since 2018, Mobiworld Ltd. has access to a wide network of regional distributors and over 1,300 retailers island-wide. 


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