Anonymous, 25 Feb 2013I'd like to see it open source but it's closed. De Icaza: ttps://twitter.com/migueldeicaza/sta... moreI have an image of TIZEN downloaded in one of my USB's dongle. I don't remember if I signed that I will not "compile" it for any of my devices. Further more why they don't sales me JUST THE DEVICE (the phone) & choose my self witch OS I'll operate ?
If the new device(s) employed by exynos_5 WELL DONE. BUT not a repetition of the "wave 3 -S8600" story. And all these of course IF TIZEN REMAINS OPEN SOURCE O.S.
I'd like to see it open source but it's closed. De Icaza: ttps://twitter.com/migueldeicaza/status/304690722156716034
smart move google moto eat rest of all and stand "THE ONE" the only one forever but i hope some one must come to scratch google as no more
Yani2000, 05 Jan 2013It's not that simple!
We need to have several mobile OS choices, but not more than 100 heck n... moreI agree with that, only having one os available would be boring, as a fan of tech I like to see different takes on OS, it gives the consumer choice and competition keeps driving innovation and evolution of product lines.
I've said before on here that just because I don't want a particular phone doesn't mean i want to have the choice of having that particular phone taken away from me, I want to choose for myself.
It really good that samsung change devices cos adroid have a lot of smartphone have.
for a better user experience why not? people just want an assurance of continuing support, more gamezzz more appzzz and exciting OS Samsung!
are you going to leave android or youre just giving us choices? i suggest you do not depend on one os if you can afford it. now there will be a competition of a lot of OS coming, which is good to improve every os.
do not loose it samsung youre already there
Its going to be another orphan like Bada..enough ..
Only Android and IOS are real players..
I said it few years ago here on GSMArena and I'm gonna say it again:
I really don't know what Scamsung was thinking when they released their own Bada OS?!
They already entered the market with a strong mobile OS (Android)!
I do understand Tizen, because it is supported by many huge firms and has global acceptance.
But this OS will only hold if it is really 100% open-source, so a herd of freelance devs could contribute and make this OS awsome.
But then again I'm affraid the "scam" in Scamsung name could one day come out and destroy everything. Like they did with Bada and Nokia did with MeeGo.
There is a great article on Scamsung on engadget or verge (I can't remember) that unfolds the truth that they scam everybody everywhere and they aren't going to stop anytime soon. :/
Kreaninw D Unlimited, 05 Jan 2013Believe me, just use Android or even iOS. We need to have some OS that does its jobs very good... moreIt's not that simple!
We need to have several mobile OS choices, but not more than 100 heck not more than 10.
It needs to be a fine number that holds two keys for the consumers:
1. low prices
2. multiple apps/games
Believe me, just use Android or even iOS. We need to have some OS that does its jobs very good. We do not need a plenty of phones with difference OS. We need more games and apps on both Android and iOS, that's why we have to use it. Let the manufacturers see we only want Android!!!
eight8, 04 Jan 2013any news for updates of bada?You wont get any update for bada... forget about it and buy an android mobile.... Samsung has started there teizen after ditching bada... So bada in now history....
Tizen is just the most current form of LIMO, the OS that was on the HORRIBLE Vodafone 360 handsets(the os being the main reason those phones were so bad). So unless its seen some huge improvements i would leave this os in the dirt.
droopy, 04 Jan 2013I have test a tizen phone and it is HORRIBLE. Icons, navigation is laggy, zero phone applicati... moreWhy should Samsung burn their fingers at a "horrible phone"?
Your post doesnt make sense.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2013You're right Ubuntu Unix it's way better I think it's even better than Android.IMO, I agree with you. Ubuntu is basically native OS (where apps are run directly, unlike Android which use VM to run apps). So it's resources consumption should be less than Android.