If T-Mobile are allowed to do this, then why are other companies not? Alternatively why is the release date not sooner if the phone is clearly ready for release?
Nothing new.. I touched it on 22 february.. in Romania we'll get our orders one week from today, on 8 march..
Grey1213, 01 Mar 2016Except tizen is growing. Especially for IoT.lol ..
and do you agree that its a dead smartphone os ?
Harmonica, 01 Mar 2016Tizen itself is a dead OS now .. lolExcept tizen is growing. Especially for IoT.
adhik, 01 Mar 2016No it is not. It runs on the best smartwatch released yet, the Gear S2gear S2 .. best smartwatch ??
iChard, 01 Mar 2016Android manufacturer nowadays really emphasize the "sleeping screen/always on" feature which w... moreyeah mate, nokia phones changes everything!! and about the "always on" feature or something similar, its probably much closer to the "glance screen" from lumia windows phones... still its more efficient with an amoled screen...
Android manufacturer nowadays really emphasize the "sleeping screen/always on" feature which was presented in old Nokia Phone.
And those squircle icons really remind me of Symbian Belle or MeeGo (both based on Anna actially)
Poor Nokia :( if only....
wente, 01 Mar 2016stick to the topic. my point is that samsung just copy the squircle icon shapes of symbian bel... moreu cant take back what u typed mate... "samsung did it again" is mockery, thus my response hahaha :D
Harmonica, 01 Mar 2016Tizen itself is a dead OS now .. lolNo it is not. It runs on the best smartwatch released yet, the Gear S2
seriously.. TW now look good. better than ios, and a lot better than stock android ui.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016If you know your Android phones well, and Samsung theme store... You can change the icons. Indeed. Just slap Nova on and configure all you want.
wente, 01 Mar 2016huh!! Tizen? what is it? And my point is about samsung copying the squicle icons of symbian... moreIf Tizen has roots in symbian its only natural that they're similar. Like how marshmallow looks like lollipop. I'm not sure if that's the case, but if it is, then it isn't really 'copying' in the traditional sense (which would still be wrong given how everyone is copying anyway).