Samsung Z now accessible in the Remote Test Lab

After an endless stream of rumors Samsung finally unveiled its Tizen OS powered smartphone last month. Its called the Samsung Z. Samsung has already done a lot to get developers on board for its Tizen platform and now it has made this device available in the Remote Test Lab. Developers can use this free online service to test their applications remotely on a virtual Samsung Z smartphone.

Since the Samsung Z hasn’t been released in the market as yet this service will aid developers in the testing phase of their applications. For Tizen to succeed Samsung no doubt needs a vibrant developer community.


Remote Test Lab offers developers features like screen touch, hardware button control, screen quality control, orientation modification, screen capture and video recording, screen session share, file system access and much more.


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2 years 9 months ago

Thinking after 10 years, linux based tizen is good for samsung, intel, toyota and any other hardware companies.

2 years 9 months ago

With this, samsung will have lawsuits with Nokia (Lumia)

2 years 9 months ago

Tizen is the most horrible and obsolete platform in the world. No games, no applications, no developpers, no… etc. It is impossible to success with this. Moreover, Android is nowadays used worldwide with more chinese manufacturers like Xiomi, etc. Better samsung keep developping android phones, or people will replace your phones with HTC, Sony, Motorola, etc, etc.

2 years 9 months ago

I’m sure people were just as negative when Android was new…
2 years 8 months ago

I absolutely agree! Thumbs up!