We know that Samsung has been playing both sides of the mobile operating system scene, with the bulk of Samsung’s mobile efforts focusing on Google’s Android OS, while at the same time the company has been releasing low-end devices that are powered by Tizen. That being said Samsung is back with their latest Tizen effort in the form of the Samsung Z4.
Given that Samsung’s previous Tizen efforts have been doing pretty well, it isn’t that surprising to see the company come back with the Samsung Z4. It isn’t the most powerful phone we’ve seen but it should be more than capable of getting the job done. We’re talking about a 4.5-inch display with a 480×800 resolution, 1GB of RAM, a 2,050mAh battery, and a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz.
The cameras that come with the phone are of the 5MP variety both in the front and in the back, with dual LED flashes. Unsurprisingly there is no fingerprint scanner on this phone, and it seems that for now, Samsung will be sticking with micro USB for connectivity instead of moving to USB-C, which given the market the phone will be targeted at makes perfect sense.
No word on pricing just yet, but based on the previous Samsung Z releases, we doubt that the Samsung Z4 will be breaking the bank anytime soon.