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Friday, 13 September 2013 14:30

Samsung will use Tizen OS on its next-gen TVs

Written by Slobodan Simic



Coming to Smart TVs next year


According to a report from CNET, Samsung might use the open-source Tizen OS on its future range of Smart TVs in 2014. Previously, co-CEO of Samsung, Boo-Keun Yoon confirmed that Tizen will work on mobile devices, TVs and even appliances.

Back in 2011, Intel and Samsung partnered up to work on Tizen and so far we are yet to see any device running on this open-source system and although Samsung is still focused on Android OS, we are recently hearing more and more rumors regarding such a device and smartphone should come in the fourth quarter this year.

Tizen OS should be quite interesting on Smart TVs and we certainly hope that it will look and feel as good as we think it would.


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