According to Sammobile, the rumoured Samsung SM-Z130H has been codenamed Kiran with no word on a possible official name. Additionally, the publication claims it has been able to obtain icons, lock screen themes, and default wallpaper from a system dump of the Tizen 2.3 OS on the device.
Reportedly, the Samsung SM-Z130H aka Kiran is an entry-level phone and will be initially launched in India only and will be Samsung's answer to Google's Android One phone line-up. It will come with dual-SIM support and FM radio connectivity.
The Samsung SM-Z130H is said to feature a WVGA (480x800) TFT LCD display; a dual-core Spreadtrum SC7727S processor clocked at 1.2GHz; Mali-400 GPU; 512MB of RAM; 3.2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, and a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0; GPS/ A-GPS; GLONASS; Wi-Fi (802.11n), and Micro-USB. Notably, the report points that the SM-Z130H low-end Tizen smartphone will feature an accelerometer, which will be the only sensor on the device.
It's worth noting that most of the rumoured specifications of the SM-Z130H are in-line with UA profile details spotted last week. The leaked icons, lock screen themes, and the default wallpaper of the Tizen 2.3 OS appear reminiscent to the Samsung's Android interface, TouchWiz. Tizen is a Samsung-developed operating system aimed at breaking away from Google's popular Android OS.
Sammobile adds, "Samsung has also ported some special features from Android to Tizen including Private Mode and Ultra Power Saving Mode." The Samsung SM-Z130H aka Kiran will reportedly also come with preloaded apps such as Facebook, Twitter, and few Google services and apps.
An earlier report hinted Samsung would launch its Tizen-based smartphone this month in India. As of now, there is no announcement from Samsung regarding any Tizen smartphone launch in the country.