realme is going to arrange a virtual global 5G summit titled as “Making 5G Global: Accessibility for All” together with GSMA, Counterpoint and Qualcomm on 3 June 2021 to shed light on 5G development and its potential.
Leaders from the afore-mentioned organization who are leading the ICT industry will share their valuable views about 5G network and the enormous opportunities that will be created by 5G exploring different global perspectives.
Kalvin Bahia, Principal Economist, GSMA Intelligence; Peter Richardson, VP & Co-founder, Counterpoint Research; Johnny Chen, Brand Director of realme; Rajen Vagadia, VP and President, Qualcomm India and SAARC and Madhav Sheth, VP of realme, CEO of realme India and Europe, will be attending the summit and exchanging their opinions.
The attendees will share insights on comparing 5G growth expectations across emerging markets, barriers to 5G mobile internet adoption, how it can boost growth in a post-pandemic world, the trend of 5G spreading to lower price tiers, the hot specs in the smartphone in 5G development and specific applications that are important in providing the whole 5G experience.
realme, on the other hand, will share some points on their role in the 5G era, why they believe 5G will become the most significant driver accelerating smart living for young people and some details around its upcoming product lines. All their opinions are expected to produce handy insights about the future world that will be heavily reliant on 5G technology.
Tim Shao, Managing Director, realme Bangladesh, said about the summit, “This summit is of paramount significance as realme will be taking cues from the opinions shared in this event. It is mentionable that the 5G-supported handsets to be introduced by youth-favorite brand realme in the Bangladeshi market in future will be available at affordable prices and will come with maximized 5G benefits. We will make sure that everyone, especially those belonging to middle and lower income groups, can buy 5G phones.”
The summit will be livestreamed on GSMA livestream channel and realme’s official social media channels.
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