Shortly after receiving certification from DG SDPPI (the Indonesian equivalent of the US FCC), the Tizen-powered Samsung Z2 smartphone has been launched in the country. The device carries a price tag of IDR 899,000 (around $70) there.
In addition, the phone has also been released in Nepal, where it costs NPR 7,290 (around $70).
For those who aren’t aware, the phone is already available for purchase in India and Africa, where it carries a price tag of around $70 and $78, respectively. In India – where the Z2 was Paytm exclusive at launch – you can now also purchase it through Amazon.