Samsung Pride to become the first ever Smartphone to run Tizen 3.0 OS
Samsung has been working on Tizen 3.0 operating system from quite a time now, and it is evident that the South Korean Giant will be launching new devices based on its latest operating system. Reports claim that the Samsung Pride will be the first device to come out of the box with Tizen 3.0 OS and we might expect more handsets to come in the future. The device comes with a model number SM-Z250F and is expected to be launched soon in the market where Samsung Z2 is sold.
There are no details on the specs about the upcoming Samsung Pride, but we can expect some leaks to appear in the coming days. Few sources suggest that Samsung has the plans to market Pride’s voice control functionality instead of its hardware. As Tizen 3.0 OS comes with support for such kind of feature, it makes the point stronger.
These Tizen-powered devices are aimed at the emerging market. Hence the device will be initially introduced in India, Nigeria, and Bangladesh while other might have to buy it from Russia as we have seen with earlier devices. It is unsure if Samsung has the plans to launch the handset in the US. There is no information on when the company is planning to launch the device.
Last week we saw Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) Smartphone passing the FCC certification, and according to the leaks the handset is expected to come powered with Exynos SoC and will sport a 5.5-inch FHD display. It will come with a 3000mAh battery on the rear to power the device and will be having 3GB of RAM.
Nothing much is known about this device also, and we might expect it to be unveiled at the upcoming MWC event. There are plenty of devices that are expected from Samsung which could be showcase there. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar and comment in the section below if you have more queries. We will get back to with more updates on the same.