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Samsung released its Z1 earlier in the year, making it their first Tizen smartphone. It has been a hit in an emerging market like India but has not fared so well in other regions. Based on that success, they have been working on a successor to the Samsung Z1, the Samsung Z2.  It has  only been a few months since the first generation has been made available to the public but supposed photos have already leaked online.

 

The Samsung Z2 Tizen is a budget smartphone aimed for hugr markets like India, China and Russia. With so many affordable phones going around offering mostly the same things, Samsung felt it had to come out with its own version to compete with the other leading brands. Previously leaked specs although not confirmed, say that the Z2 will have a display resolution of 540x960. In addition, it will also have 32-bit quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM.The Z2 will also be powered by a 2,000 mAh battery.

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