We know that Tizen is Samsung’s home operating system and now, a South Korean daily paper is reporting that the tech titan is in plan to release a smartphone powered by Tizen OS in India scheduled this month. The device is named as on now as Samsung Z1.
As this smartphone is reported earlier has hit the internet at many occasions and is rumored to be an entry level budget smartphone. With respect to specifications, it will emphasize a 4-inch 480p screen with a pixel density of 288ppi. It will be controlled by a 1.2GHz processor combined with 512MB of RAM, and will run on Tizen OS 2.3. The smartphone will accompany a 3.2-megapixel camera.
Prior reports additionally propose that the smartphone will be valued between Rs 5,000 and Rs 15,000, which again falls in accordance with today’s report. The company is additionally anticipated that will offer Club Samsung 2.0 service, through which it will give access to localized music, videos, TV shows and other content to attract in Indian audience.
Initially spotted by Reuters, the local daily composes that Samsung will hold a press occasion on December 10, where the first Tizen-controlled smartphone Z1 will be launched. There is no official explanation from the company, nor have they conveyed any media welcomes showing nay dispatch.
Samsung’s is stepping forward to divert from Android to reduce dependence and further upgrade the environment behind Tizen will be fascinating to see once the device is launched. Right now, just a modest bunch of devices, including the firm’s smartwatch product, run on the platform.