Samsung Z4 is the company’s next Tizen OS smartphone. A leaked user manual of the upcoming handset has just confirmed that its launch is imminent. The successor of the Samsung Z3 seemingly sports triple LED flash. Two of them are at the back while the other one sits at the front. The Samsung Z4 is presumably an entry level smartphone aimed at price-sensitive markets like India.

Samsung Z4 Rear

The leaked user manual featuring model number SM-Z400F/DS can presently be downloaded from here. In it, the Samsung Z4 is seen to sport a rear camera surrounded by two separate LED flashes. Additionally, there is also a front-facing LED flash. The loudspeaker grill sits right below the back camera. The phone sports a 3.5 mm audio jack too.

Samsung Z4 Front

Coming to the specifications, the Samsung Z4 is expected to be a budget smartphone. It will probably come with a 5-inch Super AMOLED display combined with a 64-bit quad-core processor. The phone may boast 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage.

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As mentioned above, the Z4 will run on Tizen 3.0 OS. Developed in-house by Samsung, it is a basic operating system and does not support Android applications. However, it will feature the S Bike mode which is available for Samsung’s J-series smartphones in India.

The camera of Samsung Z4 may consist of a 13 MP rear shooter along with a 5 MP selfie unit.

Speaking of connectivity options, the upcoming smartphone shall be available in both single SIM and dual SIM variants. The Samsung Z4 is going to support 4G LTE, but till now there is no confirmation about VoLTE facility. According to its FCC certification, the phone may come with a 2050mAh battery.

Talking about pricing, the successor of the Samsung Z3 is expected to sell for around Rs. 6,000 in India. With the user manual being already available, the release date of the Samsung Z4 can’t be late.

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