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Apr 28, 2014

Samsung’s First Tizen OS Smartphone to Land in Russia in May

South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics has already confirmed plans to launch its first smartphone running under the Tizen OS sometime in the second quarter of the year, but no official release date for it has been provided as of now.

According to the latest reports on the matter, however, we might see the company making the upcoming device official in Russia in May. According to a post on tizenindonesia, the phone will also come to other markets soon after, including Brazil, and other countries where Samsung’s Bada OS has managed to get some traction. No confirmation on the matter has been provided as of now, but said news site notes that the info comes from a Samsung official, who also confirmed that the mobile phone would be a high-end device. Until Samsung makes a formal announcement on this, we should note that a company’s handset supposedly running under Tizen has made an appearance in India, where it is undergoing some testing.

As sammytoday notes, the phone has been spotted on the website of Indian import-export firm Zauba with model number SM-Z910F attached to it, and with a 4.8-inch touchscreen display. The phone is being tested in three different country versions, destined for Russia, the UK and France, it seems. However, despite its possible limited initial availability, the handset might arrive in more markets soon after.

Samsung's first Tizen OS handset to land in Russia next month
Image credits to tizanindonesia


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