Samsung is prepping to add another member, the alleged Samsung Z4, to its Tizen OS line of smartphones. In the previous month, the handset received FCC’s approval as well as Wi-Fi certification. Popular leakster, Roland Quandt, has found an interesting information about the phone through its official user manual present on the Samsung site.
As it can be seen in the above image, the rear-facing camera of the phone can be seen sitting between a pair of LED flash. The loudspeaker is located below the camera module. The bottom part is occupied by the main antenna. The volume buttons are on the right edge and a 3.5mm audio jack is present at the top.
The frontside of the phone has a front-facing flash for the selfie camera. The top bezel also features a proximity sensor along with a speaker. The Power button is on the right side. Below the touchscreen display is the physical Home button that separates capacitive buttons for Menu and Back keys. The bottom side of the phone has multipurpose jack (probably a microUSB, charger port) and a microphone.
The user manual reveals that Samsung Z4 has a model number of SM-Z400Y and SM-Z400F/DS (dual-SIM version). The FCC listing has shown that the phone measures 132.9 x 69.2mm and is packed with a 2,050 mAh battery. It is speculated to be running on Tizen OS 3.0. The release of the Samsung Z4 seems to be close at hand.