Samsung wants Tizen operating system wide deployment




Samsung wants Tizen operating system wide deployment

Samsung plans would have to not only use his Tizen OS on new smartphones but also on many other products, such as cameras, cars and tablets.

Samsung logo (better) The South Korean company sees Tizen not only as a good alternative for future Android smartphones, but the operating system might be. Deployed by Samsung Electronics on a wide variety of other electronics As examples, cameras, cars and tablets called by JK Shin, head of the mobile and IT division of Samsung, in an interview with CNET.

There have already been speculation that Samsung will be the round of Android and therefore less dependent on Google’s strategy. To achieve this, Samsung is working with include Intel’s Tizen OS. Like Android is the open source operating system, but will also compete with Windows Phone, Firefox OS, Ubuntu Touch and Sailfish.

Despite the introduction of its first Samsung Tizen smartphone recently had to postpone until the fourth quarter of this year, Shin continues to insist that its operating system in the longer term should be important for the company. Moreover Tizen are a good alternative to existing systems in the automotive industry, a market that Samsung wants to serve wider in the coming years. An anonymous developer Intel has said that he expects Tizen 2015 matured enough to be used for automotive applications to go. On CNET



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