The Samsung Gear S, which features a curved display, runs Tizen, and can function as a standalone device, is now official!
Huawei stays relatively quiet, but it seems they know their business and aren’t afraid to tell it like it is when hit by the spotlight.
The rumor mill is going full speed and today we are getting some more details on the reported Samsung Gear 3, which is now said to carry a curved display.
Citing the need to further enhance the Tizen ecosystem, Samsung has officially delayed the Russian launch of its Samsung Z smartphone yet again.
A new update is available for US owners of the Samsung Galaxy Gear, switching the platform from Android over to the Samsung-backed Tizen OS.
Developers present at Samsung’s Tizen conference in Moscow were expecting “market-ready products” and an actual launch date, but all they got were promises.
So you decided to take the plunge and buy a smartwatch. But what’s the best option out there? Sure, Android Wear devices are nice, but that doesn’t mean Samsung’s Tizen Gear line should be ignored, especially if you’re looking for a cheaper ticket to the smartwatch club.
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4.3 landed, Sony launched the T3 and HTC launched the E8, the Galaxy F supposedly leaked, Apple got everyone talking, Samsung finally released a Tizen phone, Google updated several apps, Asus unleashed a ton of devices, and the Project Tango tablet made us all drool.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
After repeated delays and rumors of the project’s death, today Samsung finally introduced the first smartphone running Tizen. So, is the Samsung Z a threat to Android or is it too little, too late?
Rumors claim Samsung is in negotiations with two companies, in the USA and Korea, to develop virtual machine that would allow Tizen to run Android apps.