Tizen-powered Samsung Z2 receives certification in Indonesia

Himanshu, 19 September 2016

Looks like Samsung's Tizen-powered Z2 smartphone will soon be launched in Indonesia. The device - carrying a model number of SM-Z200F - has been certified by the Directorate General of Resources and Equipment of Post and Information (DG SDPPI), which is the Indonesian equivalent of the US FCC.

The phone is already available for purchase in India and Africa, where it carries a price tag of around $70 and $78, respectively. There's, however, currently no word on exactly how much the handset will cost in Indonesia.

In case you don't already know, the Z2 is the first Tizen phone to go on sale in the African region.

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  • Anonymous

it's really bad it doesn't update anything it keeps loading. this z2 is a fake thing. cnt upload watsap cnt upload any app

  • Anonymous

bb10 is dead.

  • Anonymous

No, Thanks! I rather to buy BlackBerry 10 devices than Samsung Tizen. (BlackBerry 10 is the best, but with low trust from worldwide market.)

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