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Samsung Start 'Remove' Android with Tizen

muhammad ighna halin salih | 18.27 | 0 komentar


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Jakarta - It is undeniable, Samsung over the past year reaping huge profits thanks to the collaboration with Android. But from 2013, the South Korean vendor will not just rely on Google's operating system only.
Yes, Samsung hopes to achieve success in the smartphone segment with the latest operating system besutannya, OS Tizen. In fact, it is reported, this year's gadget already sold to consumers.


Quoted from The Next Web, Wednesday (01/02/2013), the plan Tizen OS-based smart phones for the first time will run on network-operators DoCoMo from Japan.


Tizen OS is running on open operating systems like Android open source alias. But the difference, as the Android OS is not controlled by Google and the Open Handset Alliance.


This is not the first time Samsung's own OS build because of pre-existing OS Bada. No specific details about the hardware for this OS smartphones, including Samsung plans to sell it outside of Japan or South Korea.

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