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Samsung Z: Launch of Tizen phone delayed again

Samsung slowly turned to Tizen OS from using android operating system. Samsung used this operating system on its smart camera, after that it was implemented in the Samsung smartwatches as well. But when the OS is planned to use in the Smartphones, the number of issues were faced by the Samsung Corporation. The most important part is, the OS should compete with the magnificent operating systems, the iOS and Android. Samsung had chosen the warrior Samsu`ng Z to beat the battle with other platforms and granted title of “World First Commercial Tizen Phone.”S_Image_SM-Z910F_combination_Black_Dynamic1

Originally the new mobile OS was scheduled to launch during August of 2013, and those plans were re-scheduled to March 2014. Again that plan were killed, finally Samsung planned to launch the operating system with its Samsung Z in Moscow, and now it was also delayed.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

“The Smartphone was planned to launch on Tizen Event in Moscow last Thursday, but the event was cancelled just a day earlier.”

Currently no information has been offered by the Samsung Corporation. The company says the launch will be only planned if they were ready to announce a fullest portfolio of Tizen applications. During the first launch of 2013, the company says that there would be tons of applications will be available during launch. But currently, the company seems unsure about the apps catalog for Tizen OS.

With Tizen operating system, the Samsung Corporation has a long ride ahead, and in the meanwhile the Samsung is developing few basic and must have applications for Tizen OS.

If we get around with the basic specification of the new Samsung Z. For the first launch of Tizen, Samsung has effectively chosen a good background. Samsung packs its punch with the 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor. The other features include a 2GB RAM, 2,600mAh battery, 16 GB internal memory with micro SD card slot. Samsung Z will support 4G network and NFC as well.

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