Although we are yet to see Samsung release a smartphone running on the Tizen platform on the global market, the South Korea-based giant has already endowed many devices (the Gear S and the Samsung Z, among others) with its in-house mobile OS.
The latest round of news around the platform comprises Samsung SM-Z130H, an entry-level device powered by Tizen 2.3, which will most probably hit the shelves in Indonesia in the foreseeable future. We already showed you several screenshots from the UI of this device, but a hefty amount of new ones has just made the rounds.
Although predominantly-reminiscent of the Android-based TouchWiz user interface that graces almost each and every Samsung smartphone, the latest iteration of Tizen bears a number of differences. With vivid, popping colors (and blue being used the most throughout the UI), the new version of Samsung's own looks a tad more lively than its previous ones. Check the TouchWiz-esque mobile OS right out below.