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.
Samsung and Intel’s Tizen OS has been demoed at MWC this week. As well as showing off the operating system, there have been are some key announcements about the future of the fledgling OS.
Alcatel, ZTE, Huawei and LG have been announced as the first Mozilla partners, with a fifth name confirmed earlier today – Sony.
Tizen, the OS that Samsung is working on with Intel, is going to hit version 2.0 this year, and boy does it look pretty. Will people actually want it though?
With a few operating systems on offer for your mobile device, do you need more options to consider? Will any of the new crop be able to challenge Android?
While Samsung is the top Android smartphone seller today, it’s but only one of the many Android manufacturers. How sustainable is this business model?
Curious to find out more details about the Ubuntu smartphone and why it’s a lot more than just Ubuntu for Android? Read on!