Samsung ZEQ 9000

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The Samsung ZEQ 9000 (product code: SM-Z9000 for the single SIM, and SM-Z9005 for dual SIM) was planned to be the first Tizen smartphone to be released commercially by Samsung. It was announced at MWC 2014.[1]

This trademark was denied in both US and Korea for the moment.[2] It was believed that the a product heading to selected markets (Russia, UK and France) is SM-Z910F,[3] but then later conflicting reports say there are no release plans for Samsung SM-Z910F.[4]

Known specifications[edit]

4.8 inch screen with WXGA (768×1280) resolution and a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Press render of Samsung's Tizen-based ZEQ 9000 leaks online". Neowin.
  2. ^ "Samsung ZEQ trademark denied in both US and Korea – another rumour faces reality check".
  3. ^ "4.8 inch smartphone possibly running Tizen OS tested in India on its way to selected markets".
  4. ^ Ash. "Samsung focusing on budget Tizen phones, No release plans for Samsung Z (SM-Z910F)". Tizen Experts.
  5. ^ "Samsung ZEQ 9000 - The First Tizen Phone?". CrazyEngineers.