A video has surfaced which shows the upcoming Tizen-powered Samsung Z2 smartphone alongside the two Tizen phones already available in the market, the Z1 and Z3. Specifically, the video shows a Unity app being run on all three devices.
Sadly, only the front of the handset is shown off in the video, which itself isn't very clear. The leak also doesn't reveal any of the device's specifications.
The Z2 has already received WiFi and Bluetooth certifications, and is expected to launch sometime in October this year. Aside from Asia, the phone will also be available in select African markets, a first for Tizen-powered devices.
As for specs, rumors so far have revealed a quad-core CPU, 4.5-inch display, 1GB RAM, Tizen 3.0 OS, and 2,000mAh battery.
Worrest phone.no usefull apps. Not support other apps.donot purchase samsung z2
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