Samsung launched the Z3 back in October of last year, and it seems that the company has now released a new variant of the device. The Z3 Corporate Edition is thus available for purchase in Russia, and it’s aimed at corporate customers. What’s different about it, among other things, is that it runs Samsung’s own OS, Tizen.

Samsung introduced the Z3 in October of last year, in India. The smartphone came with a very affordable price of about $130 (€115), and it was available Black, Gold, and Silver.

The new Z3 Corporate Edition comes with some differences compared to the Z3 launched last year. This version is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8916 (SD410), a chipset that supports 4G LTE, and it has received SAFE certification for business use in Russia. On the other hand, last year’s model ran on a 1.3GHz Spreadtrum processor, which was only 3G compatible.

Samsung Z3 Corporate Edition runs on Tizen OS

The handset features a 5.0-inch HD Super AMOLED display and only 1GB of RAM, with the screen size and RAM capacity being the same as on the Z3 model. The phone has only 8GB of internal memory, which can be expanded to 128GB using a microSD card.

Rear camera capacity reaches 8MP with f/2.2 aperture while the front camera capacity is 5MP with the same aperture. The device runs on Tizen OS 2.4, with Tizen UX 2015 graphical interface. Then, the battery capacity reaches 2,600mAh, and two SIM cards are supported.

Last year’s Z3 model came with the same battery capacity, but it had Ultra Saving Mode, which provided 33 hours or standby with less than 10% of battery life.

Samsung’s Z3 Corporate Edition is currently up for sale in the Linux Center store in Russia for the price of around $260 (€234), and fans who purchase it before June 30 can get a 15% discount. It’s unclear at this point if Samsung will make the smartphone available in other markets as well.

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