Samsung Z4 SM-Z400F could be the phone that runs Tizen 3.0 out of the box

Feb 27, 2017

It has been over six months since the launch of the last Tizen Smartphone which was the Samsung Z2 and hence we should soon be seeing a successor to refresh the series. Earlier today, we reported on the leaked specifications and features of one such upcoming Tizen device which is the highly anticipated Samsung Z5. Now, we are getting hints on another Tizen device in the making bearing the Model name SM-Z400F which should logically be the Samsung Z4.

While now specifications of this device have been leaked, the source does give us a hint that it will be running on Tizen 3.0. People familiar with Tizen's development should be knowing that the version 3.0 is one of the most anticipated version of Tizen OS for smartphones which should breathe in new life to Tizen Mobile with more advanced features such as voice recognition and even an AI based assistant.

For a while now, the news surrounding Tizen mobile's future was that a device bearing the model number SM-Z250 would be next in the announcement list and it was expected to run Tizen 3.0 out of the box. Now that we have three probable Tizen smartphones, including the Samsung Z4, in the making, we are only left with more questions on which could be the next Tizen smartphone and would it be the one to bring a major (and a much needed) bump in specifications to the lineup.

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3 comments on “Samsung Z4 SM-Z400F could be the phone that runs Tizen 3.0 out of the box”

  1. I only have one request from Samsung, add additional language to their keyboard to the next update, while I understand that the Z series was intended to focus on few markets, but adding additional language to their keyboard will help them to open up more market to try the Tizen phones.

    1. That is a very good point and we are hoping that Samsung does that in the coming months. What specific languages would you like to see ?

      1. Just Chinese would be enough for me 🙂 I still can't find any third party keyboard that support chinese keyboard at the Tizen store. Kinda let down for me, because it is a very good backup phone for me as it got a battery last longer than other smartphone out there. Such a shame that it can't be my daily secondary driver yet :/


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