Samsung revealed its lightweight Tizen OS-based new Samsung Z2 in India, With the aim to cater to the consumers seeking low-price smartphones. The Z2 costs INR 4,590, or around $68 (just two dollars less than the average price of a mobile phone in India) and it’s powered by Tizen, Samsung’s home-grown mobile OS. It’s also the first Tizen device to support 4G.
Samsung Z2 Feautres:
Samsung Z2 is powered by a Spreadtrum chipset with quad-core processor, and sports a 3.97-inch display. RAM is 1 gigabyte, while internal memory is 8 gigabyte. A 1,500mAh battery is there to keep the lights on. In terms of camera, the phone features a 5 megapixel rear unit and a VGA front shooter. It runs Tizen 2.4 and It comes with support for LTE Cat.4 with uploads up to 50Mbps, and downloads up to 150Mbps. It also features HD voice calling and VoLTE support.
Samsung Z2 App:
The Z2 comes out with an app called My Money Transfer that lets you easily transfer money from one bank account to another. In addition, there is also the S Bike Mode as well as support for 12 regional languages.
Samsung says the latest version of Tizen OS enables you to unlock the phones using gesture unlock, and you can swipe upwards to switch between apps. You can also pin up to apps that stay on the screen even as they scroll through their list of apps. Tizen OS also comes Smart Tutor app along with a personal assistant and smart tutor will help first-time smartphone users come on board. It has the Samsung Ultra Data Saving Mode which claims to save up to 40 % data. The recently introduced S-bike mode is featured as well.