Samsung SM-Z400F/DS hits FCC
Samsung has big plans in the long run, as they try to escape Google's Android ecosystem and create its own instead. Tizen is a good start since it currently runs on some of the company's smartwatches, smart TVs, as well as a few smartphones. Now, it looks like a new Tizen phone is almost ready to hit the market.
Samsung SM-Z400F/DS is a handset that has recently surfaced online in an FCC listing. The model number suggests that this is the next-gen Tizen OS-driven smartphone, namely Samsung Z4. The FCC listing also unveils that the handset is made in India, so it will probably focus on the local market as well.
The upcoming smartphone is expected to launch with Tizen 3.0 on board, being the first handset to come with it out of the box. Sadly, Tizen 4.0 is apparently in its early development stage so it could arrive for future Samsung Z4 owners as a software update one day.
For now, the only thing certain is that Samsung SM-Z400F/DS is heading for the market. Remains to see when will it launch and how many other markets will get it next to India.
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