Samsung introduces a new phone with its brain-child Tizen OS priced at Rs. 4852 only.
The camera seems minimal with an auto selfie mode and will enable users to capture photos in low light conditions. The device sports a 10.1 cm (4 inch) screen with PLS technology with an enhanced luminance display for the most vivid entertainment experience even outdoors. The user interface seems smooth and easy to operate. Customizing options enable the users to customize icons of popular applications and ready at hand access. The phone also caters to the users access to popular apps for social networking, news and cricket, which have been pre-loaded their convenience.
The most interesting feature which is sure to capture the Indian sentiment is the in-built support for 14 regional languages and predictive Hinglish. This will ensure maximum flexibility and convenience of use for the customers in India. The "Make For India' seems to be catching up well with the latest entrant.
A bluetick level RF performance provides superior connectivity in low coverage areas to ensure a faster mobile experience. The Ultra Power Saving Mode allows users to surf the web and stay connected for hours with low battery charge. With offline web and maps, you can browse without data connectivity, while the advanced browser ensures an optimized and fast web experience.
This dual sim phone features a 2G (GSM850, GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900) and 3G (UMTS
B1 2100, B8 900) services. With Wifi (802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz) basic internet connectivity has been accounted for. Samsung's attempts to break free from the Google Android operating system seems to materialise well in the new Samsung Z1. Whether the technology is a hit as its past innovative ventures is something left to posterity to decide.