Introduce premium range of Tizen based smartphone as early as possible
Alien, 15 Apr 2015I was being ironic.
Sorry to disappoint you, but in Europe and USA, people never heard of it... moreYes, but many people do not even know Samsung Galaxy phones run Android.
They see a "Samsung" logo and that's enough for them to buy it.
If they price the global Tizen phone properly, they'll gain a respectable amount of sales.
ithehappy, 15 Apr 2015A more popular thing than your username :)I was being ironic.
Sorry to disappoint you, but in Europe and USA, people never heard of it. If it is successful on the markets like India or China, it doesn't mean it is in Europe.
Who wants an outdated mid ranger anyway?
This is the best phone in the market by price, quality and features. Good enough hardware and light and simple software like ios. Android is heavy software like truck with wider funtionality but ios and tizen are lighter , limited but faster software like car. Cheap android phone can't run run smoothly because of heavy android software but tizen handle it appropriately.
m86k, 15 Apr 2015Same for me if they put a higher class camera in it.
Android is getting boring after all thos... moreYou're going to like Tizen if you just want a phone that works as intended and have long battery life.
I was impressed with the battery life of the Z1. 1500 mAH battery and it outclasses many phones with much higher battery capacity. The Galaxy Mega 2 uses a 2,800 mAH battery with much more energy-efficient components and the Z1 outclasses it.
The only con about Tizen is the rather lackluster appstore selection. Hopefully Tizen will become more popular and get app support.
LaZy-GeNiUs, 15 Apr 2015Without a doubt, I will acquire this device if a global model becomes available. I enjoying be... moreSame for me if they put a higher class camera in it.
Android is getting boring after all those years, i need a fresh alternative to lollipop.
Eivi, 15 Apr 20152gb of ram, blah, same as the S3 (lte). This proves that tizen is a useles project and that sa... moreFirst off, you don't even know how much the global Tizen phone will cost. If it costs $200-300, it'll be the right price-range for a phone with those specs.
Also, Tizen is significantly more optimized than Android.
Even with 768 mb RAM and weak dual-core processor, the Z1 outperforms many high-end Android phones in fluidity.
The Z1 only has a 1500 mAH battery but it has longer battery life than many Android phones with 2,500+ mAH battery.
I, too, thought Tizen was a lost cause until I got my hands on the Z1.
There's a reason why Samsung wants Tizen to succeed.
2gb of ram, blah, same as the S3 (lte). This proves that tizen is a useles project and that samsung is wasting money and selling more and more overpriced phones.
Samsung literally has no interest in developing this thing. Android sets are giving them enough money, that's why they are not bothering! When a more polished OS will come out and Android will be history then Samsung will regret what they are doing now with Tizen. This could have had a bright future.
Alien, 15 Apr 2015What is Tizen?A more popular thing than your username :)
ams989, 15 Apr 2015"The company’s global Tizen smartphone will allegedly 4.8” 720p display, 2GB of RAM, and ... moreProbably.
Samsung doesn't want to invest in an expensive Tizen phone just yet. They need good word-of-mouth about the OS before making a high-end phone.
Putting out a Tizen phone with S3-like specs should keep costs low. It'll outperform many high-end Android phones in performance and battery life.
Considering how light-weight and incredibly optimized the Tizen OS is, I'm interested in seeing how the battery life fares on a 2600 mAH model.
The Z1 only has a 1500 mAH battery capacity and its battery life tops Android phones with 2500+ mAH battery capacities.
Without a doubt, I will acquire this device if a global model becomes available. I enjoying being able to tinker with a new OS.