Samsung will release low-cost Tizen smartphone in November
After plans to launch the first Tizen-powered Samsung Z failed on many occasions, Samsung Electronics has gone back to the drawing board to make something cheaper that will not cause a lot of misfortune even if it fails.
According to research, many people are not willing to buy smartphones which are not from the big four — Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry, so Sammy is introducing a cheaper Tizen phone which won’t be considered a big risk by buyers considering it’s price tag which is said to be in the region of $200.
Economic Times, a news outfit in India, has said that Samsung is building a smartphone called Samsung SM-Z130 which will break cover in November packing Tizen OS. The SM-Z130, according to the same source, will be released in India before elsewhere.
While we don’t have any further details about the phone, we’ll ask you to stick around while we wait for events to unfold.
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