Samsung has created its own operating system under the name Tizen. This system usually propelled smartwatches and TV sets from a Korean manufacturer. Several models of smartphones based on Tizen were created, but they did not achieve spectacular success. Was the producer going to give up his child?
The end of Tizen is close. Are you sure?
For several days more and more information portals have reported that a giant from South Korea had to abandon its system for Wear OS, which until now was known as Android Wear. I do not conceal that it would be a very strange move on the part of Samsung.
Galaxy Watch is getting ready for the premiere
So far devices worn from Samsung belonged to the Galaxy Gear family. According to the latest reports, Samsung plans to change the naming of its smartwatch to Galaxy Watch, which supposedly should be powered by Wear OS and not Tizen as it has been so far. Very familiar to us, Evan Blass announced on Twitter that he allegedly has solid evidence that Samsung employees wore watches powered by the system from Google, not Tizen. In truth, it's hard for me to believe it, but everything seems to be true. Blass did not reveal any details about who where and when he met the alleged employees, or whether they were already existing Samsung devices that were adapted to Android Wear or are completely new products that would soon have their market premiere. Something seems to me that more information will get during the premiere of the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 . What's more, I think that with the launch of the new notebook, a giant from South Korea could present new devices from the Wearables series.
Was Samsung planning to refresh its relationship with giganten from Mountain View?
We will probably get the answer to this question soon, although there is something to be done. Knowing the previous leaks of Evan Blass, you can take this news seriously. If that happened, Samsung will definitely strengthen its relationship with Google. Municipal news is that Samsung may have two aces in the sleeve and will soon present two devices. One based on Wear OS and the other with Tizen. What will result from this? We will probably see during the premiere of the nearest Unpacked event. Source: SamMobile