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Samsung's Tizen-powered smartphone, known simply as Z1, has managed to break the 1 million sales mark and to celebrate the occassion the company will be launching a Gold Edition of the device soon.
After a lot of experiments on using the Tizen OS, Samsung is reportedly planning to release more handsets running the operating system. The company also aims to release devices at varying prices.
Samsung's only Tizen phone, the Z1, was never well received in India after its launch there. However, recent reports show that the device is the top-selling smartphone in the country of Bangladesh.
After the launch in India of the Samsung Z1, a Tizen smartphone, it seems like the new device isn't very well-appreciated in the country. It has so far received poor impressions from its reviewers.
Samsung has unveiled the Z1, a new smartphone powered by Tizen, the company's homegrown operating system. It is aimed for consumers in India who want a smartphone at a low price.
Images of Samsung's upcoming Tizen-based smartphone, allegedly called Z1, have been leaked by a retailer, who already has the device in stock ahead of its January 18 reveal in India.
Samsung is reportedly planning to launch a low-end smartphone based on the Tizen operating system, called the Z1, at a press event in India to compete with cheap Android and Windows Phone devices.