After launching the Z3 back in October last year, Samsung has now launched a new variant of the Tizen-powered device. Dubbed Z3 Corporate Edition, the handset - as the name suggests - is aimed at enterprise customers, and is available for purchase in Russia.
It's worth mentioning that the variant launched in Russia is different from the original Z3 (that was launched in India) in that it is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon MSM8916 (SD410) chipset, supports 4G LTE, and is SAFE certified for business use in Russia.
The original Z3, in comparison, is powered by a Spreadtrum chipset and is only 3G-compatible.
The Linux Center store - which is an official Samsung partner - is currently selling the Z3 Corporate Edition in Russia. The phone carries a price tag of RUB 16,618 (around $260), although those who purchase it before June 30 will get a 15% discount.
Russian price is inflated due to weak rouble and international sanctions... Phone outside Russia would be like 3 times less. Pay your price russians for what you did inUkraine!
Tizen is much more economical, safer and more productive than all the cheap "phony's" on Android, Windows and other operating systems. Those who do not know - the usual ignorant talkers.