Samsung Z, Company's First Tizen-Based Smartphone Launch Further Delays in Russia

Just recently, Samsung announced the Remote Test Lab via which the developers can come up with the apps and softwares the upcoming Samsung phone powered by company's proprietary Tizen OS. The device would be the first one to come up with the Tizen OS loaded in it.

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Samsung Z, Company's First Tizen-Based Smartphone Launch Delays

Moreover, the smartphone we are talking about here is the Samsung Z, which was earlier told to land in Russia market in the 3Q this year. Apparently, the latest report from The Wall Street Journal, "the developers who attended a Samsung event in Moscow this week did not appear to react negatively to the news."

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And now the conclusion is that the smartphone might not be unveiled at the due time and might take even longer time to officially unveil.

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Rumors have it that the vendor might have postponed the release of this device due to the lack of applications for it. But there is no explanation about the exact reason why the company planned to postpone the launch of the phone even farther.

Until the launch, one can't talk about the phone which comes with a way different OS. So we can't help but wait for the final day. In the meantime you can check out the specs of the device:

Samsung Z: Key Specifications

Although, we are not fully aware of the specifications of the handset, what was revealed back at the Tizen Developer Conference 2014, makes us believe that the new Samsung Z features a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen and a 2.3-GHz Quad-core processor. The Samsung Z is designed to reduce the turn-on time and ensure smooth multitasking. It is also mounted with a fingerprint recognition sensor.

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