Samsung has been a major name in the markets of technology for quite a long while now. The company is all set to bring forward many major changes in the markets of technology. They are working towards innovating their markets in the Indo-Chinese region. While they have released a number of exclusive, China-only devices (such as the China-only variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7). The company is also working on various new projects such as development of the Tizen OS. The company has now launched their latest smartphone that runs the Tizen OS. This is the Samsung Z2 smartphone, which follows the Samsung Z1 and Z3 which released earlier.

The Samsung Z2 is a special device. It is the first ever Tizen OS smartphone that supports 4G LTE connectivity. The smartphone supports VoLTE as well as HD voice calling. The smartphone comes out into the markets with support for LTE Cat.4 with downloads up to 150Mbps, and uploads up to 50Mbps.

Talking about the specs of this smartphone, the Samsung Z2 comes out into the markets with a 4 inched screen. The smartphone is powered by a 1.5GHz quad cored processor, and features 1GB of RAM. The smartphone features 8 GB of internal storage support as well. Interested users can expand the storage space with the help of a Micro SD card. The storage can further be expanded to as much as 128 GB.

The device features a 5 Megapixel camera in the back, and a 0.3MP front camera. The Samsung Z2 is powered by a 1500mAh battery. The smartphone primarily aims at tapping into the low-budget markets. Samsung has been aiming at getting the feature phone users to convert to a Tizen powered smartphone. The Samsung Z2 supports 12 Indian languages, and comes out at a price of Rs. 4590. The low price of this smartphone is one of its biggest enticing factors.