Samsung might just start using Tizen OS for all its future products and company is considering Indian market as a “litmus test” for these Tizen OS-based devices, reported Korean times on Monday. Continue reading “Samsung planning big for Tizen, considering it for all future devices: Report”
Samsung looks set to follow rivals LG, Motorola and Acer by announcing a round smartwatch at Mobile World Congress in March. The annual conference is likely to see the introduction of a plethora of new mobile devices, tablets and wearables and Samsung’s first round wearable would run on its Tizen OS (and not Android Wear like its rivals). Continue reading “Samsung to launch round smartwatch at MWC?”
Samsung is planning to launch Tizen powered smartphones in India and Russia, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. The South Korean tech giant had announced last month that it will launch the Tizen based phones in Q2.
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Samsung was expected to launch their first Tizen-based smartphone last year, but it didn’t happen. Even after some leaks, we didn’t get to see the Tizen smartphone at the MWC earlier this year. Samsung senior VP for product strategy, Hankil Yoon has confirmed to Reuters that it would launched the first Tizen-based smartphone this quarter. Samsung debuted the first Tizen-based Gear line-up at the MWC, but it also plans to launch an Android-based smartwatch later this year. Continue reading “Samsung to launch Tizen smartphone in Q2 2014, Android Wear smartwatch coming later this year?”