Samsung Z4 gets its WiFi certification
Samsung Tizen might be popular in some emerging markets, but it would be a good idea to make it available worldwide. The device with model number SM-Z400F/DS, expected to hit the market as Samsung Z4, has been recently spotted at FCC and now it surfaces online once again. This time, the smartphone grabs its WiFi certification.
The Interoperability Certificate of the SM-Z400F/DS was issued yesterday, and it only reveals the version of the operating system installed - Tizen 3.0, as well as the frequency band supported - 2.4 GHz. This handset belongs to the smartphone category, offering multi-mode connectivity, described as "Wi-Fi and other," obviously featuring Bluetooth and GPS as well. Its WiFi features include WPA and WPA2, WiFi Direct, supporting the b, g, and n modes.
A 2,050 mAh battery is also expected to be found in the specs list of the upcoming Samsung Z4. Other than these, we should simply wait for its official announcement.