South Korean OEM, Samsung is really making it rain for its users in the year as the tech company has given its customers a wide array of smartphones in the year with a promise to release more into the market before the year runs out. Recall that the tech company was reported to have started major productions of parts of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the successor device to the largely failed Note 7 which suffered fire incidents in the hands of users.
The tech company coming days after it released the much awaited Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus was rumored to have begun full production of parts of the Galaxy Note 8 which is expected to make an entrance later in the year. However, as we await the flagship device from the South Korean tech company, the OEM has once again launched a retro-minded device which comes into the market sporting a 4.5-inch screen.
The latestSamsung smartphone, Z4, which runs its proprietary Tizen OS for mobile devices kicked off in the new year with a 2.5D curved glass display in line with the rumors which indicated the tech company is looking to incorporate the curved display in all its smartphones going forward.
With only two of the smartphone releases per year, the Samsung Z4 comes as the successor device to the Z3 which was released some months ago and makes the fourth smartphone in the line of the Tizen OS running smartphones released by the tech company.
Also loaded with the latest of the Z-series from Samsung is the 4G connectivity option loaded on the 480 x 800 pixel of screen resolution supported on the device’s 4.5-inch 2.5D Curved glass display. Other features loaded on the latest smartphone from the tech company include the 1GB of RAM and the quad-core processor which is clocked at a speed of 1.5GHz. On the camera front, the Samsung Z4 comes to market bearing a 5MP on the front and back panel with other connectivity options to include support for USB 2.0 port, Bluetooth 4.0, dual-SIM (available in the variant) and powered by a 2,050 mAh battery.
The device according to the tech company will be fairly affordable as it comes to market with the price of less than $100 in line with the predecessor models which failed to hit the $100 mark. Recall that the Samsung Z2 was offered up to the market at about $68.
The South Korean OEM has however revealed that the Tizen OS powered device will be showcased at the Tizen Developer Conference which will hold in San Francisco between May 16 and 17.