Samsung Z4 smartphone with Tizen OS 3.0 and 2050 mAh battery has passed the US FCC certification. Touted to be part of the Tizen family, the upcoming Samsung Z4 will be given a model number SM-Z400 and will provide support for dual-SIM. According to the documents sourced from the US FCC, the Samsung Z4 will be integrated with 2050mAh battery.
According to rumors, Samsung Z4 will ship loaded with Tizen OS 3.0 operating platform. With the passing of the phone via the US FCC, you can expect an imminent arrival of the smartphone. Moreover, the phone will also provide support for an AI-based voice assistant.
In addition to 4G LTE, the documents leaked from the US FCC reveals the fact that the handset will provide support for Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, GPS including standard connectivity options. The phone will ship with a battery rated with 3.85V, 7.9Wh capacity. The FCC documents mention the top, rear and bottom portion of the upcoming handset along with a statutory warning sticker on the rear.
We don’t have any other information other than the battery capacity and the operating platform. We infer that the Samsung Z4 will carry a 5-inch HD display, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing snapper among other features.
Based on the available reports, the Samsung Z4 will launch in India initially followed by other regions. There is also a possibility for the company to announce the arrival of Samsung Z4 along with the launch of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus handsets.
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