Nearly a couple of weeks after it was spotted in the database of the Federal Communications Commission in the US, the Samsung Z4 has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA).
Nothing much is currently known about the device, except that it carries a model number of SM-Z400, offers dual SIM support, and packs in a 2,050mAh battery. Also, the device is said to be powered by Tizen OS 3.0, making it the first phone of its kind.
I still don't get what is the point of Tizen devices. Not as cheap as feature phones, not as flexible and usable as pretty much every proper budget android or even Lumia phone, not as powerful in terms of hardware either.