The latest Tizen push is merely days away and it seems that the whole show may have been spoiled to us at this point. Samsung’s Z2 smartphone should be making its entry-level presence known to entry-level countries (better known as emerging markets) late this month and it seems that SamMobile has an idea of what will go down in this device, when and where.

Here are the main specs:

Screen size 5.2 inches
Screen type LCD
Resolution 800 x 480
Pixel density 235 ppi
Processor speed 1.5GHz
RAM 1GB
Storage 8GB
Camera 5-megapixel rear / VGA front
Battery 1500mAh
OS Tizen OS 2.4
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n

The Z2 is also LTE-enabled and is charged with a 5V 0.7A charger and there are some earbuds to come, too.

Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates will get the phone. While we don’t have specifics for each country, the first phones will be sold on August 11 at a price equivalent to Rs. 4,499 or $70.

Of course, we’d like to see things go official and get more information right.

Source: SamMobile

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