Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tizen, an operating system by Samsung

Tizen has been being developed for a considerable length of time. We saw a few telephones running it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, where Samung additionally proclaimed the Tizen-fueled Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo. At long last Samsung has propelled the world's first Tizen OS cell phone in Russia — the Samsung Z.

Up to this point Samsung has been utilizing Google's Android OS to run its scope of Galaxy cell phones and tablets. Notwithstanding, the Korean maker has affirmed its purpose to go only it, offering an option to Google's versatile OS, ios and Windows Phone. 

So how does Tizen contrast from Android? Here's six things we know so far about the working framework that joins Firefox OS, Jolla Sailfish and Ubuntu Touch in the offer to shake things up. 

We were truly awed by Tizen. On the off chance that you need a top to bottom perspective you can read our review and early introductions of Tizen, for a fast outline read on. 

Samsung has worked with Intel to create Tizen. It is Linux-based stage fabricated from Nokia and Intel's dumped Meego. The reality it is open-source, in the same way as Android, implies that fittings producers that decide to receive it are allowed to tinker with the interface and the UI to make it as one of a kind as they like. 

Samsung has likewise taken a portion of the additionally fascinating peculiarities that sprung up in Bada, its first endeavor to go only it on a working system and incorporated them with Tizen.