Has Tizen-powered Z2, got an anticipated launch day in India on August 23?


It has been quite some time that Samsung has been rumored to be developing another budget smartphone running its home-grown Tizen Operating System. It has finally got an anticipated launch day.

The tech giant has been floating invites on Social Media for an event on Tuesday 23rd August where it is widely expected to unveil the Samsung Z2 Tizen-powered smartphone.

Talking about the Specs, in an unofficial leaked in a promotional video last week suggesting few new features. It showcased Z2 sporting a similar design as the Samsung Z3, powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz CPU and sports and with a 5MP rear camera. Another notable features highlighted was the Ultra Data Saving Mode. The smartphone is expected to have a 1GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage. It is likely to have a 3.97-inch display of WVGA resolution. It also rumored to be pre-loaded with an app dubbed My Money Transfer, and features the ability to adjust the flashlight’s brightness.

Looking at Tizen-based smartphone by Samsung, back in January last year it launched first Tizen-based smartphone, the Samsung Z1, in India. In October, it launched its successor. The Samsung Z2 will be the third smartphone in this range.

Now you can view video profiles of others with Facebook’s latest Teenage App

With many updates for Instagram users, a new iPhone app called Lifestage has been introduced by Facebook. This app let’s you possess a video diary where you can answer biographical questions about yourself and share this visual profile with your network.

It is for 21years old and younger as it allows you to learn about your school pears. When someone updates their page, it shows up in a feed, thus giving others a chance to check it out. After your school is unlocked on the app, profiles of others in your school community are accessible and one can discover others activities and connect with them.

While everyone can download the app, but that would mean audience 22 or older will only be able to see their own profile. The reason for the same is that the purpose of the app is for high-schoolers to learn more about their classmates.

There are options for blocking and reporting people to add to safety. While signing u there is no need of a Facebook account. One can sign up by selecting their school giving access to profiles of people in the school and ones nearby. But you won’t be able to see other users unless a minimum of 20 people from the same school start using it.

It is worth noting that recently Facebook is releasing features quite similar to those of Snapchat.

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