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Samsung sent a statement to Bloomberg saying they’ll release multiple “competitive” Tizen devices this year. Sadly, no further details were given.
It seems as though Samsung, one of the biggest names associated with the budding Tizen operating system, is planning to release phones with Japanese carrier DoCoMo in early 2013.
Obviously, we expect Android to be the main mobile OS for Samsung’s 2013 smartphones, although other operating systems such as Windows Phone and TIZEN will also equip some of them.
Samsung has been double-dipping in mobile operating systems for quite some time now. In addition to using existing platforms like Android and Windows Phone, Samsung has also helped develop mobile operating systems of its own. Currently, Samsung is in charge of development for both the Bada and Tizen operating systems.
Marty Mcfly was supposed to have gone to the future and seen flying cars. It’s 2012, and we’re just now talking about open-source OS running the apps in our GPS-signal locked driverless vehicles. Does something smell bad here or is it just me?
The WiFi Alliance recently approved a device that looks to be a Tizen powered Galaxy S3. Can it really be true? Is Samsung really going to release a variant of the Galaxy S3 running an operating system almost no one wants?