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@Kaustubh Katdare • 02 Dec, 2014 • 1 like
It's that time of the year when smartphone enthusiasts wait for the teasers and announcements of the upcoming phones from the electronics majors around the world. Samsung, the South Korean phone manufacturer is expected to declare war with Google's Android One with their latest smartphone, likely to be called "Samsung Z1". The Z1 will run on Tizen OS, the mobile operating system Samsung has developed for their gadgets. It's expected that Samsung will formally announce the Z1 on December 10 for Indian markets. The price of the Samsung Z1 smartphone is expected to be about Rs. 5000.

There have been several leaks of a mystery device that sports model number Z130H and it's expected that Samsung will announce this phone as the Z1. The phone is likely to ship with Tizen 2.3 firmware. IndiaToday had reported that Samsung is planning to launch a new Tizen based phone sometime in December and the recent buzz in the social media offers strong hints towards the possible launch of Z1.

Samsung-Z1-Tizen-India

There's no concrete information available about the tech specs of the Z1 yet. Being a budget phone it's expected that the Z1 will have a TFT LCD display operating at 800x480p resolution. The gadget will be powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core Spreadtrum SC7727S CPU along with 512 MB of on-board memory. The phone will also have a 3.2 MP shooter at the back.

Samsung's clearly aiming their phone to stop the Google juggernaut in one of the most dense mobile markets. There already are too many players that offer gadgets in the <10,000 price point and Samsung's entry with a new operating system is something to keep an eye on. Do let us know your thoughts, opinions and views on Samsung's move.

Via: BI
@Ankita Katdare • 02 Dec, 2014 Superb! This is big news. Sharing it. 👍
@John Hyde R • 02 Dec, 2014 Hope Xiaomi dominates Samsung 😳
@Kaustubh Katdare • 02 Dec, 2014
John Hyde R
Hope Xiaomi dominates Samsung 😳
Why do you want Xiaomi to beat Samsung?
@Anoop Mathew • 02 Dec, 2014
Kaustubh Katdare
It's that time of the year when smartphone enthusiasts wait for the teasers and announcements of the upcoming phones from the electronics majors around the world. Samsung, the South Korean phone manufacturer is expected to declare war with Google's Android One with their latest smartphone, likely to be called "Samsung Z1". The Z1 will run on Tizen OS, the mobile operating system Samsung has developed for their gadgets. It's expected that Samsung will formally announce the Z1 on December 10 for Indian markets. The price of the Samsung Z1 smartphone is expected to be about Rs. 5000.

There have been several leaks of a mystery device that sports model number Z130H and it's expected that Samsung will announce this phone as the Z1. The phone is likely to ship with Tizen 2.3 firmware. IndiaToday had reported that Samsung is planning to launch a new Tizen based phone sometime in December and the recent buzz in the social media offers strong hints towards the possible launch of Z1.

Samsung-Z1-Tizen-India

There's no concrete information available about the tech specs of the Z1 yet. Being a budget phone it's expected that the Z1 will have a TFT LCD display operating at 800x480p resolution. The gadget will be powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core Spreadtrum SC7727S CPU along with 512 MB of on-board memory. The phone will also have a 3.2 MP shooter at the back.

Samsung's clearly aiming their phone to stop the Google juggernaut in one of the most dense mobile markets. There already are too many players that offer gadgets in the <10,000 price point and Samsung's entry with a new operating system is something to keep an eye on. Do let us know your thoughts, opinions and views on Samsung's move.

Via: BI
512 MB of RAM? *fingers crossed* on the capabilities of this OS. Hope it delivers!
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