Samsung Z2 | The Pocket Friendly 4G Tizen

Launched at a special event hosted in New Delhi this phone has been targeted towards the Indian market who are looking for a low budget backup phone. With a screen resolution of 400×800 and a pixel per inch density of 253 the phone is not looking to win awards. Yet with a price tag of only Rs. 4950 it offers 4G, Dual sim capabilities, expandable memory up to 200GB.

Samsung Z2Display and OS | Samsung Z2

With a 4-inch screen and a Display of 400×800, the phone looks eerily similar to the old Samsung S2. Yet the biggest difference between the S2 and Z2 is the OS. Also the Z2 comes with a custom OS, developed by Samsung called Tizen OS. This remains Samsung’s only third foray into pushing its home based OS.

Under the Hood | Samsung Z2

With a 1500mAh removable battery and dual-Sim capabilities. This phone remains a viable option for those looking for an affordable backup phone. It packs a 1.5GHz quad core processor with a 1GB RAM that allows for quick switching between the applications. It does seem to stutter every now and then. In the Camera department it offers a 5MP back camera and 0.3MP as a secondary.

Samsung Z2The X-Factor | Samsung Z2

At its price point of Rs.4950  it offers a great bargain as a secondary phone. The battery life gives a full day on charge as it is and also as it is removable it can be easily swapped out. Yet with its 4G capabilities is where the phone really shines especially if paired with a Reliance Jio SIM and their great affordable plans. Samsung has understood this need and also pre -installed some JIO apps for quick access  

Now Samsung Z3 has replaced Z2 model, Z3 is available on Amazon at Rs.5590 only.

Naman Chhabra

Naman Chhabra

Content Writer at Techczar
Naman currently is pursuing his bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication from Amity University, Noida. When not worried about his future you can find him exploring a cave in SkyRim or Raising hell on Battlefield 4.
Naman Chhabra

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