Samsung is just a few days away from unveiling its next flagship, the Note 7, but the company is also working on long-time rumored Z2 with Tizen inside. The handset has leaked in a video that shows off its design and UI.

Samsung Z2 has recently leaked in a video showing how Unity engine game is launched on the said device, on Z1, and on Z3 simultaneously, according to Tizen Experts. The user manual for Samsung Z2 has also surfaced online, and the phone is said to be projected to launch in Africa and Southeast Asia, more specifically, in India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria.

The device should arrive by the end of this year, but these are just rumors at this point. Samsung Z2 will be running Tizen OS, and it will also support 4G LTE. It’s also important to note that the handset might be the first to support remote assistance feature. The tool will allow owners to get live help from the company’s call centers.

Samsung Z2 might come with a 4-inch AMOLED display and 1GB of RAM

Some countries like Kenya and Nigeria are currently building their 4G networks, and some sources say that Samsung wants to use these markets to test its Tizen-based IoT infrastructure. This would also help it expand its IoT solutions to European and American markets.

The phone is also believed to come with a 4-inch AMOLED display and 1GB of RAM, as well as the S Bike Mode, which helps users automatically respond to messages and calls while they are driving.

Samsung Z2 features the model number SM-Z200F, and word is that the smartphone could arrive in October. Samsung Z1 came with a 4-inch 480 x 800 pixel resolution and 4GB of internal storage. The device was launched in January last year, and it soon became more popular than the Galaxy S6 in India, possibly because of its low price of about $100.

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