AnonD-143115, 07 May 2013We like Android Samsung AND your TouchWhiz is great. What are you doing? I'm not sure we as... more10 cores? How about making the power per core better? The last thing I want is 10 mediocre in power cores and only 2 of them are being used. It's silly. 4 cores is enough on the PC so therefore it's more than enough on mobile.
AnonD-97496, 07 May 2013I seriously doubt that Tizen will do anything in today's market. In the foreseeable future, th... moreUntrue nothing can remain at the top forever,,Symbian was king along with blackberry windows,,then before that palm and psion..Apple will go downhill and is already falling out of favour and android will stagnate...What happens is fresher newer systems come along..
Folk say it too late to bring out a new o/s or its to late to the table..Then when psion was around bb and palm are to late to the table..Then Symbian arrived from psion so that would be late to the table..Then o2 xda with windows arrived that would then be considered to late to the table..Then android come out with no video record etc that would then be too late to the table...
These new o/s take I while to build up like every other o/s then folk warm to them and they become the trendy smartfone and take top place its just how things go,nothing lasts forever,
AnonD-143115, 07 May 2013We like Android Samsung AND your TouchWhiz is great.
What are you doing? I'm not sure we as... moreBig LOL for the
"10 cores" ROFLMAO
"3.5 GB" of RAM
"43 MP camera"
I guess you sir are full of resources eater phone. What else do you want in it? A bazooka or an ak-47? Sounds funny how you are making a phone, a computer competing equipment. That's so much not good, frankly speaking.
Well, the Bada had higher market share, than WP untill Samsung kept selling those devices. So I think, if Samsung starts to sell Tizen phones with good prices (like they did with S8500), they will be able to get adequate market share to be the nr. 3-4 os in the mobile market.
Anonymous, 07 May 2013why do you need so much power in your smartphone? just go and get a laptop or PCWhen core i came out, people said duo core is more than enough. Hardware come first, software come later.
I used to be the biggest supporter of MeeGo, then Nokia dropped it, then I was the biggest supporter of Tizen but nothing was heard of it (until now), then I looked at Sailfish but it didn't have the unique interface that I was looking for (niether did Tizen to be honest).
Now Ubuntu for Mobiles has been shown. With a fresh new UI that I am really liking and me being a huge linux fan as well as a developer, Ubuntu for Mobiles and Android will be my platforms of choice.
I seriously doubt that Tizen will do anything in today's market. In the foreseeable future, the only OSes that can possibly do well are Ubuntu and maybe (just maybe) Firefox OS.
Android and iOS will always remain as the top 2. WP and Ubuntu can compete against each other for the next 2 spots. Firefox OS can sneak into the market through their low cost handsets. Otherwise, there is no room for any other OS at all. Even if it can run Android Apps just as well as it runs native apps.
this might be better than the S4 and much cheaper. Kinda like the S8500 - you could feel Samsung gave it everything they had and the phone was amazing. Just had Bada which was very good but no games. Hopefully first Tizen devices will be similar.
I look forward to the latest Tizen handset. Samsung has proven that it can develop innovative, original software. Tizen + TouchWiz will gain Samsung true platform independence at both hardware and OS levels. Apple and Google R.I.P.
AnonD-127399, 07 May 2013I agree, but becuase of android, samsung has a big name and they expect others to buy the the ... moreVery few will buy samsung without android. It will a failure. Firefox is interesting
Marco M, 07 May 2013Note was a success because of Android. Sammy's Bada devices flopped because they did not offer... moreI agree, but becuase of android, samsung has a big name and they expect others to buy the the brand, and the developers should get interested. However, i agree this is a big gamble, as with lunching any new os.
AnonD-143115, 07 May 2013We like Android Samsung AND your TouchWhiz is great. What are you doing? I'm not sure we as... morewhy do you need so much power in your smartphone? just go and get a laptop or PC
I have test a tizen developper phone, and it is horrible. Similar to bb10 from RIM. It is a very basic design, and limited os. Moreover there is NO ecosystem for it. Same as BADA. Better buy an android high end device, which is top1 system for next 5 years.
Have any of you taken a look at all the other companies involved in Tizen? It's not just Samsung guys.
AnonD-143115, 07 May 2013We understand Samsung is number 1. And we loyal only to them with Android. We never asked ... moreAndroid itself is pretty limited, for example the Multiwindows on Galaxy Note 2 is not approved by Google. Google wants Android to be 1 app at a time even though it is capable of real multitasking. Samsung has too many innovations now that it can no longer live only with Android; hopefully Tizen will be successful and that will force Google to make Android even better.
AnonD-135189, 07 May 2013People forget that Sammie is the leader in Exploring in the Mobile market. They are pushing fu... moreNote was a success because of Android. Sammy's Bada devices flopped because they did not offer Android.