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

Related posts

NEC announced SpectraView 231 IPS professional monitor

NEC intros a new professional IPS monitor from its SpectraView family, which feature hardware calibration and is targeted for colour critical applications. The new high-end SpectraView 231 LCD monitor has a 23-inch IPS panel with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 0.265 pixel pitch and viewing...

NVIDIA plans Quadro K6000 professional graphics card

Just a day after the release of four new Quadro Kepler-based graphics cards, NVIDIA has announced its intention to launch a new high-end Quadro professional graphics card that will replace the last year’s Quadro K5000. Known as Quadro K6000 the card will use the GK110 core...

SCEA Research & Development team explain about PlayStation motion controller

At E3, Sony showcased a prototype for a new controller launching next year. In the playstation blog appear a interesting video with Richard Marks and Anton Mikhailov, two of the main brains behind the new controller, to get some insight on the E3 demo, the back-story behind development, and the...

Leave a comment