A new breed of smartphones equipped with the latest 4G technology promises to push internet accessibility to an unprecedented level, and that too at an affordable four-figure price, especially for India.
Buoyed by the market response to its Tizen OS-based smartphone in India, tech giant Samsung plans to manufacture the 'Z1' at its Noida facility soon.
Last week, Samsung launched its first ever Tizen smartphone, the Z1 in India for a price of Rs 5,700. Here's our video impression of the device.
Samsung today launched its first ever Tizen device, the Z1 in India for a price of Rs 5700. Here's our first impression of the device.
Let's take a quick look at how the Tizen OS stacks up against Android, at least on paper.
Yesterday in India, Samsung launched its first Tizen-based smartphone the Z1, a launch that was much awaited. For the company this is a crucial launch.
Samsung has finally unwrapped their much awaited Tizen OS and launched their first ever device 'Samsung Z1' at an event today at New Delhi.
Samsung plans to launch a new sub-$100 smartphone running on its own Tizen operating system in India later this month.