One of the ores that the tech news community has found to be very resourceful is evidently the import/export tracking website in India called by the name of Zauba. Most of the smartphones and tablets from major tech firms are regularly shipped to India for testing purpose and otehrs and the site has no option but to reveal them via listing it on its database, which makes a big news sometimes.
Previously, the website has released several information regarding the products that were shipped in India. Now it appears that the South Korea-based leading tech firm Samsung has sent a new Galaxy S5 device to India for testing purpose.
Don't be too excited thinking that it is a QHD variant of the handset. But it would equally surprise most of the fans as this one is sent out for Tizen test. This basically means that the phone is running on company's proprietary OS called Tizen. Three units have been sent to India and as it turns out, the website also shows that a unit costs Rs. 54,404. Obviously it is not a final price but it gives a rough figure though.
The Tizen-based phone from Samsung was rumored to come since last year but no signs had appeared. However, the company had launched its Tizen-based smartwatches in the recent past.
There are not much details about the 'Samsung Galaxy S5 Tizen Test Phone,' at the moment but chances are that the phone would come with a similar specs. Since the upgraded version of the phone called as Galaxy F.
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