Samsung makes smartphones for the budget to flagship buyers. The Samsung Z series is the cheapest range of phones sold by Samsung. They recently unveiled the Samsung Z4 in India which runs the Tizen 3.0 OS. It does not come with Android like all other Samsung phones.
The Samsung Z4 is officially launched today (19-May-2017) and is now available to purchase in stores.
Design- The Samsung Z4 looks significantly better than its predecessor and offers decent specs for the price of Rs. 5790.
The placement of the dual flash looks reminiscent to a Galaxy S2 and Samsung J2 with its notification ring around the camera.The Samsung Z4 sports a 4.5-inch WVGA display with 2.5D curved glass on top, making it on par with some mid-ranger smartphones out there.
Hardware- It runs on Quad-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz (unspecified chipset) coupled with 1 GB of RAM. The smartphone comes with 8 GB of internal storage space which can be expanded to 128 GB using the micro-sd card slot.
It’s powered by a decent 2050 mAH battery pack and ships with Tizen 3.0 OS. This Linux-based OS by Samsung is called Tizen and it also is present on various other Samsung products.
The all new Gear S3, Smart TV’s run on the Tizen OS. This OS compliments the Gear S3 and makes the whole software capable of competing with the new Android OS used by LG, Huawei in their smartwatch.
Camera – Optics are the main highlight of the Z4, as Samsung has focused on delivering an above average experience for the price range.
It flaunts a 5 MP, f/2.2 rear and front shooter along with a selfie flash.
Samsung claims, the cameras are optimised for social media, which offers plenty of features, filters and capable enough to capture crisp pictures.
Connectivity- It supports 4G/VoLTE, WiFi, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS likes many smartphones out there.
The smartphone will be available in retail stores in May 2017 and can be bought online too. It’ll be sold in 3 colour variants, Black, Silver and Gold.
The President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics, Mr DJ Koh shared his views with the media stating that “The Samsung Z4 brings a simplified mobile experience to first-time smartphone users and represents our ongoing commitment to expanding the Tizen ecosystem.”