Samsung heeds Indonesian customers, makes the Tizen Z2 available through retail partners
While Samsung has made their Tizen-powered Z2 smartphone official and let the device up for sale in the Indonesian market over a week ago now, there has been complains from people who want to make the purchase that the handset is not available to them from their local stores and from the numerous complaints that was fielded, the Indonesian arm of the South Korean OEM have taken note of the happenings and have promised to turn the situation around soonest.
According to them, their retail partners in the region would start to have the smartphone in stock as from the 1st of October.
In addition to this release, they have also stated that the 4G capabilities of the Z2 can be fully utilised in the region as the device is compatible with all of the 4G requirements in the area.
For the billing and payment, those that are signed up with Telkomsel would be getting the carrier billing option and others would have to rely on their credit cards to make purchases.
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