Samsung Z2 Tizen handset released in Nepal

It has only been a month since Samsung launched its new Tizen-powered smartphone the Samsung Z2 in India. The company has now been gradually releasing it in more markets across the globe. The Samsung Z2 has already been released in South Africa while it has received the DG SDPPI certification in Indonesia which means that it will be launching there soon as well. Samsung has now released its new Tizen handset in Nepal.

Starting today, customers in Nepal can pick up the Samsung Z2 for NPR. 7,290 ($70). For this price they get the first Tizen-powered 4G handset with great software features like Ultra Data Saving and Ultra Power Saving modes as well as S Bike mode. We went hands-on with the Samsung Z2 recently and found it to be quick and smooth even though its specs are nothing to write home about. The Samsung Z2 features a 1.5GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It also features a 5-megapixel rear and a VGA front camera.

The Samsung Z2 is meant for those who are moving up from feature phones to smartphones and at this price it’s a viable alternative to many Android handsets from a variety of OEMs.



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