By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Wednesday, January, 14 2015
Check out the Samsung Z1, the first Tizen operating based smartphone to be launched in India.
Samsung has launched the Tizen based Z1 in black, white and wine red colours. It measures 120.4 x 63.2 x 9.7 mm and weighs 112 grams.
The Samsung Z1 has a 4 inch PLS touchscreen with WVGA or 480x800 pixels resolution. It doesn't have any scratch resistance glass like Corning Gorill Glass.
The Samsung Z1 is the first device to come with Tizen operating system which according to Samsung delivers fast boot time and quick access to apps and is simple.
The Tizen based Samsung Z1 comes armed with a 1.2 GHz dual core processor which claims to offer a faster and smooth performance with the help of Tizen OS.
The Samsung Z1 offers 4 GB of internal memory and has 768 MB RAM. For those who like to store a lot of stuff on their phones, Samsung Z1 offers an expandable storage slot that can handle a micro SD card of up to 64 GB.
It comes with a 3.1 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front camera. Samsung has armed the rear camera with Auto face detect feature and something calling Dream Shot. The front camera too has the Auto Face Detect feature.
The Samsung Z1 Tizen offers a 1500 mAh battery that claims to offers 7 hours of non-stop video playback or 8 hours of talktime. It also has a Ultra Power Saving Mode.
The Samsung Z1 Tizen offers dual SIM as well as WiFi (b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.1, a micro USB 2.0 port, and GPS. It has 3G connectivity.
The Samsung Z1 Tizen comes with Accelerometer.
Samsung has announced that the phone will be available from today itself (January 14) for Rs 5,700.
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