If simple is what you like, you should check out the new Samsung Z4 – it just might be what you need. Designed with social media and simplicity in mind, the Samsung’s latest Tizen-powered smartphone steers clear from challenging the Android OS.
The Z4 comes with a 4.5″ display screen, so it is smaller than almost every other handsets on the marketplace. The display has a 2.5D curved glass and a simple 480 x 800px screen resolution. Under the hood, Samsung Z4 sports a quad-core 1.5GHz processor chip clubbed with 1GB of RAM memory and runs Tizen 3.0.
For selfies, you get a 5MP camera equipped with flash (f/2.2). The primary camera on the back is virtually identical – 5MP sensor bounded by a LED flash on either side. The Video Turn feature allows both cams to work in concert, taking views from both in a single video. There is gesture and speech control for the camera and the phone as a whole.
You can upload photographs and videos over Wi-Fi (2.4GHz b/g/n) or through LTE Cat.4. VoLTE and VoWi-Fi are supported, and a dual-SIM version will be available in some locations. The device powered by a 2,050mAh battery.
Samsung Z4 is available in Black, Gold, and Silver. The Samsung Z4 will be unveiled in India first and later extend to other marketplaces. The retail price is unknown, but we cannot imagine it will be high (the Z4 is a downgrade on the Z3).