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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
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.
Tizen is an operating system based on the Linux kernel that was first released back in 2012, and is currently being used by Samsung in its refrigerators, televisions, smartwatches and certain smartphones, but the South Korean company plans on bringing it to more products.
Pretty much every software nowadays have some bugs or security issues, and developers are trying to minimize them with every new release. Depending on the popularity and resources, some apps have managed to minimize bugs, but according to a security researcher, he allegedly found
Besides announcing the new Tizen 4 operating system, Samsung also used the annual Tizen Developer Conference to announce its new, lightweight IoT chipset called ARTIK 053. The new module will hopefully help Samsung to boost its Tizen IoT efforts, which provides "high-performance
During the Tizen Developer Conference (TDC) 2017 in San Francisco, Samsung announced its next-generation Tizen operating system, expanding the platform beyond smartphones and TVs to Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Apart from the new platform announcement, Samsung Z4
As Samsung Z4 with Tizen 3.0 operating system launches, the South Korean tech giant has now announced the next-generation Tizen platform. Unlike the Tizen 3.0, which was limited to TVs and smartphones, the new Tizen OS will come with big changes, offering development environment
Samsung's budget smartphone lineup based on Tizen operating system has just got a new member. Dubbed the Samsung Z4, the smartphone comes in black, gold and silver colors and will launch in select countries, but at the moment there is no information on pricing.
Samsung's open-source Tizen operating system is reportedly affected by a large number of vulnerabilities. Motherboard reports Tizen has dozens of zero-days, making users very vulnerable to attacks from hackers. Samsung is working to address the flaws.
We have been talking about Samsung's new Tizen-based smartphone for a while now. A few weeks ago, it was spotted in the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US, and now, the Samsung Z4 has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA).
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.
Tizen smartphones are currently available only in select emerging markets, but Samsung plans to expand its offering to more countries. So far, the company has only launched three Tizen smartphones, including the Samsung Z1, Z2 and Z3, but more is coming in 2017.
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
To grow the software selection on Samsung's Tizen platform, the company is running a game development contest that'll give creators cash if they release something popular. With the recently launched Tizen App Challenge, Samsung hopes to attract developers to the mobile OS.
Apple and Google are dominating the mobile market, but Samsung is slowly catching up with its Tizen platform. The platform still doesn't pose any threat to the Android or iOS, but if Samsung continues with big improvements, it is only a matter of day before becoming competitive.
Besides announcing a third member of the Tizen-based smartphone lineup, Samsung has also released a new version of the mobile operating system. There were a few minor stability updates, but the new update comes with thirteen changes and will start rolling out next month.
Samsung has officially unveiled its third member of the Tizen-powered smartphone family in India, at an even in New Delhi. The Samsung Z2 smartphone comes with entry-level specifications, but in return it offers very affordable price tag and is the cheapest Samsung handset.
After months of rumours, we finally have the official press image of the upcoming third member of the Tizen-based lineup. The new budget Samsung Z2 smartphone is expected to be announced tomorrow, in India, and should be one of the most affordable Samsung smartphones.
So far, Samsung has only launched entry-level smartphones with Tizen operating system. As Tizen is getting better and better, the company is working on expanding the Tizen-based smartphone lineup. The next Tizen-based phone is the Z2, but Samsung has more devices coming soon.