Samsung Tizen powered smartphone, Z2, launches in both Nepal and Indonesia
The newest device to be powered by the Tizen OS which was launched from the stables of Samsung has been doing well in the market already and having been launched in various regions, it is not planning to stop but visit other markets likewise.
Having already been launched in the home continent of Asia and also, flown overseas to see a release in Africa (South Africa to be precise), it has now launched in Indonesia after we saw it get certified by the DG SDPPI, which is the same as saying the FCC in the United States or TENAA in China.
As if that isn’t enough for now, there has also been reports that the smartphone has seen a Nepal release, costing in the neighbourhood of NPR 7290 in that region, a price that corresponds to $70. For those that are not aware of the pricing information elsewhere, it carries a tag of $70 in India also and costs slightly more in South Africa where it is been released for $78 a pop.
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