Samsung Z2 Tizen launched in India for INR 4950 (about $70)
We have been talking about the new Tizen powered smartphone from Samsung for a while now and with this one being a foray into the near high end but majorly mid-range market, we were expecting how they were going to maximise this software on the anticipated Z2.
Well, the wait is now over as the South Korean OEM have finally decided to launch the smartphone as dated and you can now make a purchase if you stay in India.
For purchasing the smartphone, you are automatically entitled to an unlimited 4G data voice card which has a validity period of 90 days on it and if you are serious about getting this freebie with your own smartphone too, know that it is a limited time offer.
As regards pricing, the 3.97 inches’ design carries a price tag of INR 4590 ($70) and this is not the only thing it carries. It also comes equipped with a 1GB RAM paired to an internal storage space of 8GB, a 5MP main camera unit and a VGA snapper on the front, rounding off activity with the 15000mAh battery.
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