If my mind isn't lying to me, I think I read somewhere that there are 11 apps in Tizen store..and right now I've at least 60 apps in my J7. If I'm to acquire a Z2, then it will be solely for testing purposes. Just to have a feel of the upcoming OS
Omoya5, 08 Oct 2016Will also check it out. Hope it has good battery life.Don't expect a good battery life from 1500mAh of juice. The phone is good for non-aggressive users. However, my purpose for purchasing the phone is to have a hands-on experience on the ergonomics of Tizen and also using it as a router. So this thing will practically be hooked up on the charger 24/7.
AnonD-190141, 08 Oct 2016You're kidding. First, Tizen is a pain in the ass, and being in Kenya, you won't even get any ... moreYou have got it all wrong. I have said it is cheaper option to MiFi routers, which heat up like other handset that is being tethered as a router. All I need is to have the option to test Tizen. I don't care about the bezels, the battery life, heating, all I need is EFFING test Tizen.
Omoya5, 08 Oct 2016Will also check it out. Hope it has good battery life.Battery life on that thing? Wait for the Moto X Play. Cheap is expensive, and bring in Kenya, anything below 40k is just damn malfunctional
BigMillions, 08 Oct 2016In all markets, the Z2 is cheapest in Kenya. Since Safaricom halted the sale of USB 4G modems ... moreYou're kidding. First, Tizen is a pain in the ass, and being in Kenya, you won't even get any support for this. Second, those bezels! Third, replacing a router with a what? With poor connectivity, your $60 shitty Samsnug feature phone will heat up like an oven, or maybe you're tethering just for Facebook?
In all markets, the Z2 is cheapest in Kenya. Since Safaricom halted the sale of USB 4G modems in favor of MiFi routers that have weak signals; with the cheapest one going for $65, I think getting this phone will be the best option so I can test Tizen and at the same time use it as a 4G router.
AnonD-424566, 08 Oct 2016Bezels on that ?What do you expect from a 60$ device. While I'm sure Chinese companies could make and sell it for 30$, that's still cheap.