First Samsung Tizen Smartphone To Debut In Russia This May

By 07:59 Mon, 19 Jul 2021 Comments

Tizen is alive, but unfortunately delayed yet again. However, there might be a light at the discontinue of the tunnel for the joint Intel-Samsung developed OS, as according to a TizenIndonesia, Tizen is going to acquire its smartphone debut some time in May.

The first official smartphone running Tizen would launch in Russia next month, with Brazil and other developing markets coming next. Additionally, Yoon Han-kil, senior vice president of Samsung's product strategy team assumed to Reuters that at least two smartphones running Tizen are just around the corner. The first would be a high-discontinue model, not unlike the Samsung Galaxy S4, while the second would be a mid-range model.

However, Yoon says that we should expect both products around the discontinue of the second quarter. So, while Samsung may announce the Tizen smartphones in May, chances are they won't launch until June.

There have been a bunch live photos of Tizen smartphones - the latest being the Samsung SM-Z9005. It's set to feature dual-core Krait processor, 1GB of RAM, a 720p display and LTE connectivity. It's unclear if this is the final hardware, but Samsung has reportedly shipped Z9005 units to developers. We even saw a hands-on video of the device a while ago.

If indeed Samsung manages to haged its own promises, then we should acquire an official Tizen smartphone available for purchase not too long from now.

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