KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Samsung Nepal has launched its Tizen-powered smartphone, Samsung Z2, in the market.
"Built on the Tizen platform, the Samsung Z2 caters to the requirements of new smartphone users, transitioning from a feature phone," Samsung Nepal said in a statement on Friday. "Driven by the success of Z1, and taking forward the smart, fun and simple attributes of Tizen platform, Samsung Z2 has been customized to offer unique value to the Nepali consumers."
The device comes with powerful specifications, pre-loaded essential apps and Samsung's popular features such as the Ultra Data Saving mode, S bike mode and Ultra Power Saving Mode, according to the statement.
Samsung Z2, which costs Rs 7,290, is available in two attractive colors - Gold and Black.
"Samsung Z2 makes relevant to the unique needs of feature phone users and first time smartphone buyers," Pranaya Ratna Sthapit, Head, HHP Division, Samsung Nepal, said, in the statement, adding:
"It brings consumers a fast and affordable mobile bundled up with powerful hardware and localized features for Nepali consumers."
The Samsung Z2's user interface is simple and easy to use, offering faster and smoother device performance when combined with the Tizen platform. "The phone is equipped with a superior 4-inch WVGA screen which allows consumers to enjoy games, videos and other multimedia content to the fullest with superior resolution. The smartphone has a 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a VGA front camera," the statement added.
The company is hopeful that the Samsung Z2 gives an effortless mobile experience with Tizen OS and clutter free, intuitive interface making it easy to understand and use.