From a while we know that Samsung tries to bring its operating system to the market, more precisely Tizen OS, a software designed for smartphones, smartwatches and TVs. Among the first products with such an operating system we have Samsung Z1, a little device launched in January for a $90 price tag.



Today, its successor that will be called Samsung Z2 shows up in a couple of live images that are revealing a pretty similar design to the Samsung Galaxy S3. Rumored, it seems that this phone will offer 1 GB of RAM memory, a 2.000 mAh battery and a 32-bit quad-core processor.


Also, the display resolution might be a qHD one of 960 x 540 pixels. Samsung Z2 will run Tizen 3.0 UI and is expected to be launched in markets like Russia, China and Korea at a very accessible price.



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