With 36 new partners joining the Tizen Association, the Samsung-backed OS has been picking up steam, and is expected to make waves in 2014. What does it mean for Android, and what does it say about Samsung’s intentions? Read on for more!
The first Tizen smartphone will launch in the first months of 2014, and there’s a good chance we’ll see it at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, at the end of February.
How would you like to have Tizen running on a smart TV or other home appliances? The Samsung OS that is currently in development is reportedly on its way.
The first Tizen-powered smartphone is reportedly going to be released in October of this year in five different countries, despite the fact that Samsung has delayed development of this said OS.
Tizen, the operating system developed by Samsung and Intel, may be cancelled, says well known industry insider Eldar Murtazin.
It looks like we might finally have seen our first look at a Samsung Tizen smartphone, the GT-i8800 Redwood.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, JK Shin said the company shipped 50 million Galaxy S3 units already and revealed that a Tizen smartphone is going to be launched in Q3 2013.
Fujitsu and NEC are reportedly following Samsung’s lead and will be launching their own Tizen smartphones in 2014. Are you excited for Tizen?
On this week’s Friday Debate the question is – Which new operating system has the best chance of catching on?
Tizen has a lot of benefits and cool features, so we are naturally uneasy by it. The inconvenient truth is that it probably won’t make a dent in your Android life. Tizen simply isn’t built for dominance, or really even competition, for most of us.