Samsung and Intel’s new prodigy, the Tizen OS may have been delayed but rest assured that the association is becoming bigger and bigger as time goes by. The Tizen partner program already has 36 companies joining them, and now 15 more ranging from app/game vendors to network carriers and manufacturers has joined in the ranks to partner up showing their support for the unreleased OS.
Here’s the new members of the Tizen partner program:
According to a Korean website, the following smartphone is the first one to run on Tizen OS by Samsung! It’s called Samsung ZEQ9000 and it is also know as “Zeke” and it will most probably make its first appearance during MWC 2014 as the first Samsung Tizen Phone!
Obviously we don’t know for sure if this is the real thing, since it may be just a rumour or a concept image. In any case you should take it with a pinch … Continue reading
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Samsung has never failed to keep Tizen a topic for us to keep it’s hype from fading, and after many delays for the announcement of their first ever set of Tizen devices, here’s their latest attempt to keep the fire going by sending out invites for their official sneak preview of their upcoming Tizen devices that is set to happen on February 23, at Hotel
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According to a new report coming from the Greek Tizen community, ZTE will reveal refreshed smartphone device that will have Tizen powering it at the upcoming Mobile World Congress next month in Barcelona, Spain.
The Tizen powered device, is said to be the ZTE Geek. The Geek device was announced a year ago at the same event, but running on Android OS. And now the device is said to make another appearance at MWC but now with … Continue reading
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It looks like Samsung thinks highly of its first Tizen smartphone but if news are true from Japan, things are a bit more serious. An NTT DoCoMo spokesperson recently admitted that the market isn’t big enough to cope with 3 operating systems, leaving Tizen OS outside far from Android and iOS. So even though the platform is being supported by Samsung, Intel, Orange and Vodafone it will take some time for it to make its stand in the market.
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Courtesy of the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service database, we can now see in detail what the Tizen 2.1 user interface looks like. The screenshots (see below) shows Tizen’s several apps and honestly, it looks good (at least in my eyes) and looks definitely better compared to TouchWiz that’s designed by Samsung as well – though a few similarities to TouchWiz can be recognized as well. I for one have been following Tizen’s development for a long time now and … Continue reading
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