News tagged: Tizen 3.0
Samsung's last generation flagship smartphone has just received the Value Pack software update. This means that Gear S3 owners can now enjoy the Tizen 3.0 operating system, which brings plenty of new features and more user-friendly widgets.The update is available for everyone to
The newly announced Samsung Gear Sport is currently the only smartwatch with Tizen 3.0 OS, but leaked information suggests that the same operating system will reach the Gear S3 series. Reliable sources told AndroidPit that Samsung Gear S3, including the Classic and Frontier
On August 30, just ahead of the IFA, Samsung confirmed it will unveil its new Gear S smartwatch. What we are now hearing is that another hybrid smartwatch, also known as Gear Sport, is also in the works, and could be released alongside the Gear S4 smartwatch.
It has been awhile since we last heard anything about Samsung's home grown mobile operating system. Samsung is working hard to improve Tizen 3.0 and a first phone with the OS might be near its official launch, since it has received the FCC certification.
As we are waiting for the first Tizen 3.0-powered smartphones, Samsung has allegedly started development of its successor, the Tizen 4.0 operating system. Samsung has come a long way since the release of first Tizen OS, but it still has a lot of work to be done before catching
First smartphone with Samsung's Tizen 3.0 operating system could be unveiled very soon as Samsung has reportedly finished working on the new version. Not much is known about both the Tizen 3.0 OS and the new phone, but the device goes by the name 'Pride' and has the model number
Samsung is gearing up to launch the third member of Tizen-powered smartphone. The Samsung Z2 will join the Z1 and Z3 and will be made official on August 11 according to a new report. The report also says that the phone will be priced at around INR 4,499 ($70).
With growing amount of RAM amount, a 64-bit operating system is a necessary to use more than 4 GB of RAM. During its Developer Conference in San Francisco, Samsung has announced that the company will roll out a major update to the Tizen operating system.
The successor to the first ever Tizen-based smartphone is closer to the launch than we think. The Samsung Z3 handset has visited the FCC, and as we are only a week away from the Tizen Developer Conference in Shenzhen, we could see the announcement there.
Samsung is expected to take off the wraps from its second-generation smartphone with Tizen mobile operating system called Z3, but until it becomes official, we have to satisfied with rumours and leaks. The phone runs the latest Tizen 3.0 OS, and we have first live images.
Samsung is slowly getting things right with its Tizen operating system. Although Tizen can be found on various devices, it has arrived at smartphone market with Samsung Z1, which had quite a success. The Samsung Z3 is now confirmed to be the new Tizen smartphone.
Samsung is working on two new Tizen-powered smartphones and unlike the first-gen Tizen smartphone, the new will be available globally, at least according to Business Korea. The exact timeframe when Samsung is expected to announce it is still a mystery.
The first Tizen smartphone, called Samsung Z1, had a good run in India and Bangladesh, which forced the company to speed up with the development of its successor. New details reveal that Samsung is allegedly working on two new Tizen-based smartphones.
Just as we have reported that the first Samsung Tizen phone will be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event, the Tizen user interface screenshots have leaked. Unfortunately, the leaked screenshots are from the Tizen 2.1 and not from the newest Tizen 3.0.
Even before the first Tizen powered device has made its way into retail channels, the Samsung-backed OS has already reached its third major development milestone. Version 3.0 of Tizen OS was announced by Samsung at their very first Developer Conference.
Samsung has reaffirmed that Tizen 3.0, the latest iteration of the open source platform (under active development collaborating with Intel) will be showcased at the company's first developer conference, scheduled to kick off in Seoul on November 11 (just three days).
Wait what? Samsung has yet to launch one device based on their open source Tizen platform, which the Korean company has been teasing for more than a year now. But that hasn't stopped the development team behind what could possibly be the next Android OS to slow down.