Posted by : Harish venkat Wednesday, 13 March 2013
Samsung has confirmed that it will bring a phone running the Linux-based Tizen OS to market as early as the first quarter of 2013. Tizen is supported by Samsung and Intel, and could give the Korean giant a bargaining chip against Google in the future. Samsung is now the biggest smartphone maker in the world, thanks to its line of devices powered by Google's Android OS. The device's name, specifications as well as Tizen's exact features and capabilities are still unknown. Samsung has previously experimented with Bada and Windows Phone.
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