Smartphones have come a long way from what they are in 2011 or 2012. But Samsung just took us back to the initial stages of smartphone era by launching the Samsung Z4, the successor to Tizen OS's Samsung Z3 released back in 2015.
Samsung has been betting big on the Tizen OS to replace it with Android, but it is just a dream for the firm. The new Samsung Z4 doesn't inspire confidence in any aspect- design, specs, and pricing.
The phone comes with specifications such as a 4.5-inch WVGA display, 1.5GHz quad-core chip, 1GB of RAM, and a mere 2050mAh battery. The specs are just unbelievable on paper, considering we're in 2017. But, Samsung has its own reasons to release the smartphone.
Coming to the USP of the phone, it's the Tizen OS, which is the less secured OS, not many apps in the store, and many other drawbacks. Not at all a great thinking from the world's best smartphone brand, not at all.