Samsung may be planning new Tizen-based smartphone

Samsung may be planning new Tizen-based smartphone

The famous Samsung Z, which was supposed to be the first Tizen-based smartphone, never appeared but despite this setback Samsung plans a new Tizen device that is set to see the light of day next month. Of course, the information here is unofficial, but this time it seems that things are for real.

The new Tizen smartphone will be a budget-oriented device and will have support for two SIM cards. It will likely appear in India at first, carrying the SM-Z130H product name. The device is said to have a 4-inch display, a rear camera with flash, built-in FM radio, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. What’s more is that the smartphone has been certified by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) but unfortunately there isn’t any more technical information on the device’s specs.

The official release date and the price of the new smartphone are still unknown.

Source: SamMobile.com

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