Samsung Z3: Tizen, new face of Samsung?
It should be noted that Samsung has launched a new device as they hope to continue their race to always capture the mobile phone market by surprise. Samsung is rarely one to disappoint although they have their own moments too. The new Samsung smartphone, the Samsung Z3, has been released for Indian markets only but theirs the hope among Samsung faithfuls that it gets around soon. Trust us to bring you an extensive review. Decide if you want this device now.
Technology and Design
The Samsung Z3 comes with GSM options with bands of 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1850/ 1900 and supports 3G wireless service with no support for 4G. Means you can’t access some of the new lightning fast data browsing speeds on this device, although you’ll still enjoy it if you’re no heavy user. It comes with a dual SIM functionality and a Tizen OS 2.3
Weighing 137g, the screen is a beautiful 5.0 inch display with super AMOLED display, supporting the traditional accelerometer and proximity sensor.
The device comes with a 1GB of RAM processor and an internal storage memory of 8GB. There’s the option to expand this to up to 128GB likewise. The devices also uses a quad-core 1.3GHz Speadtrum processor. It also packs a Li-Ion battery that is capable of carrying about 2600mAh of power.
Camera and Multimedia
Coming with an 8MP rear camera equipped with a LED flash and as well, a front facing 5MP camera that support video recording likewise, you can simply not go wrong. It promises to feature crisp images too.
The device offers support to all of the basic multimedia that you would be throwing its way, ranging from MP3 to AAC, WAV and WMA.
The Bluetooth on this device is the 4.0 version, which means you’ll get the best out of your Bluetooth connectivity. It has a Wi-Fi option with Wi-Fi Direct and Hotspot as bonus features. With a USB 2.0 version, the device caps off its connectivity with the presence of GPS.
Although thus device features rarely anything that would make us jump at it, but at a dignified price range Rs 8,490 ( for Indian markets), it is certainly a bargain.
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