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Samsung has announced at its developer conference that it would release the 3.0 version of its Tizen operating system in September. A bétaversie of the system should be available in July.
Samsung logo (45 pix) Samsung made during the presentation known that the system some important improvements entails, writes PC World. Thus, it was confirmed that Tizen 3.0, 64-bit support and the ability to own natively on uhd-resolution. That would be a performance gain of 30 percent compared to the previous version, Tizen 2.4, to be achieved.
There will also be support for Vulkan APIs, wherein a framework for different platforms such as desktop, mobile and console. Features such as multi-user- and use voice control are also included in the new version, along with enhanced security through an anti-virus framework “and a” privacy guard.
The new system focuses on Internet-of-things-applications, for example with support for Bluetooth 4.2. Tizen was originally designed for smartphones, but in this market never really able to get feet on the ground. There are however made some Tizen phones; newly arrived messages out on a new version of the Z1.
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