Samsung will launch a Tizen entry-level smartphone

We have heard repeatedly over the last month that Samsung is developing its own smartphone shipping the mobile operating system of the South Korean firm, called Tizen . The company even introduced the Samsung Z -based Tizen earlier this year, but it has never been made ​​available, and has been repeatedly delayed.

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According to a new rumor, Samsung may have abandoned the Samsung Z to focus on one dedicated to the low-end smartphone market . The company said work on a really low-end smartphone powered by Tizen, to be launched in India in November.

SamMobile, a pretty reliable source for information related to Samsung, revealed that the low-end smartphone from Samsung come with Tizen 2.3 as the operating system . Of course, the plans could change as we get closer to its potential launch.
Additionally, it will highlight a rear 3.2-megapixel camera for photos and videos, a dual slot for SIM card and an FM radio . In other words, it would be some of the features you can find in a device low cost.

Applications are another important factor when it comes to a smartphone these days. The news goes on to mention Facebook and Twitter, the two most popular social networks, will be officially launched their dedicated for the alleged device application. However, this does not mean that we will see a lot of applications, and because the operating system is still too crude. The company has launched a number of smartwatches powered by Tizen, but these are the only devices that have this OS.

I would inform you as soon as we have more information. Until then, take this with a grain of salt, and no matter how reliable the source.

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