Samsung unveils Z1 Tizen smartphone in Nepal

Rapid Mike
Posted on August 04, 2015, 8:31 pm
2 mins

Samsung has announced the launch of the first Tizen powered smartphone for Nepal, the Samsung Z1.

Built on the lightweight Tizen platform, it delivers a faster boot time and quick access to apps, along with enhanced web performance.

Powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 768MB RAM and 4GB internal memory expandable up to 64GB with a microSD card, the device features dual SIM support.

The new smartphone is equipped with a long-lasting 1500 mAh battery enabling seven hours of non-stop videos and eight hours of talk time. The battery life has been further enhanced with the unique ‘Ultra Power Saving Mode’ which lets the phone remain operational in important situations, even at minimal battery levels.

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The Samsung Z1 is equipped with a superior four-inch WVGA PLS screen. It also features a 3.1 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front camera with an auto face detect feature to easily capture more natural selfies. It is equipped with features that enable users to quickly reach out for assistance in any emergency situation. The SOS alert is quick and simple to use — with just a press of the power button four times, the Samsung Z1 will send out ‘Help’ message to the user’s primary contacts and track the user’s location to provide necessary assistance.

The Samsung Z1 is priced at Rs 7,490 and is available in white, black and wine red colors. Users will get up to 300MB of Ncell 3G data free every month over a three-month period.

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