New Delhi, Jan 14 (IANS) South Korean electronics major Samsung launched its much-awaited Z1 smartphone in India, that will run on the company’s own operating system Tizen, for Rs.5,700.
“The smartphone market in India is rapidly evolving, with many consumers using their device as their screen of choice for content including videos, television programs and video games, as well as a range of apps,” Hyun Chil Hong, president and chief executive officer, Samsung India Electronics said.
The smartphone will be available in India from Wednesday.
The phone has a 3.1 megapixel rear camera and the front camera is VGA. It has a 4 GB internal memory and 768 MB RAM. The battery of the phone has a strength of 1599 mAH.
The phone also has a 4-inch WVGA PLS screen that will allow the customers to enjoy games, videos and other multimedia content.
Z1 buyers can access internet, apps and social networking on 3G networks of Reliance Communications and Aircel.