Samsung Delays the Tizen OS Smartphone

The introduction of the new Samsung Z with a Tizen operating system has been delayed.

The phone, which operates on Samsung’s own operating system, was introduced at a Tizen developer conference in San Francisco on June 3rd and was scheduled to be available in Russia in July.

Tizen is a version of Linux that has never been used on a phone before. The Samsung Z fully supports 2D and 3D graphic qualities, smoother scrolling and an improved rendering performance for web browsing.

Tizen made its debut last year in the form of wearable devices, but the OS Tizen has not been featured on a phone until now.

While there is no official news about the specs of the Samsung Z yet, the phone is expected to have a 4.8 inch screen and a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor. The phone has fingerprint recognition, and it is designed to reduce the turn-on time while in use.

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