Samsung Z4 has received certification from Wi-Fi Alliance. The development means that the handset has been approved by the Wi-Fi certification body. It also means that the handset will launch within the next few days.
Before launching smartphones, companies should apply for the required regulatory approvals from both FCC and Wi-Fi. The move is part of an initiative to launch only those devices which meet the required standard.
With certification ID WFA70348, the upcoming Samsung Z4 will carry a model number SM-Z400. The certificate issued by the Wi-Fi Alliance explicitly specifies that the phone will be loaded with Tizen 3.0 platform.
While the hardware version is tagged as REV1.0, the rumored handset will ship with a firmware version Z400F.001. The version number for the Wi-Fi component also carries the same firmware version. The phone will operate on a frequency band of 2.4GHz.
In addition to Wi-Fi, the Samsung Z4 also provides support for WPA, WPA2 and Wi-Fi Direct. The handset also includes WMM optimization techniques including Wi-Fi protected setup. Likely to be powered by a 2050mAh battery, the phone offers dual-SIM support. Recently, the Samsung Z4 was spotted in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US.
If Samsung manages to release the phone loaded with Tizen 3.0, then you can expect new features into the platform. Moreover, the refreshed UI will be a much-needed break for users bored with Android.
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