so the competition now is BB vs iOS vs Android vs Tizen...amazing hope motorola will develop its own lag-free OS also heheehe
Anonymous, 28 Apr 2014Not true, Samsung will succeed as there are a lot of fanboysBy that logic all their hater's companies would have surpassed them already...Flawed logic I guess.
Bottom line if they made smartphones similar to those Android but the battery would last extra 3 days then I'm definitely a buyer
To be better than Android it has to to use a little raw power and ram to work smoothly and doesn't consume much of battery
+ mainstream apps such as file manager, Facebook, instagram, kik,... Etc etc.
And let's not forget a proper file sharing through bluetooth/wifi-direct
so, samsung should stop the android smartphone development now & just concentrate on developing tizen & WP
tizen will succeed only if the developer community supports,
if its similar to andoird , then it might die a slow death..
i do feel samsung is good in hardware but sucks when comes to software.
i doubt they can able to create any ecosystem like android
Well at least they are waiting until they are ready.
I think the main issues is that Android is just too far ahead and there are way too many options available.
Maybe if Android was not as advanced and there was less systems already.
Or if Tizen was to be like the new GOD of systems...Which I doubt.
In the end it may be a very well developed and amazing OS, but it's got so much competition it's going to be a very large struggle.
kyembe, 28 Apr 2014There are two ways in which samsung can make Tizen to reach the likes of android 1) The first... moreIt is free and opensource. It also runs android apps through an emulation layer.
kyembe, 28 Apr 2014There are two ways in which samsung can make Tizen to reach the likes of android
1) The first... moreThis will get people to "use" tizen phone but i think most people won't invest in another ecosystem so most apps will still be in Android and people may probably still boot to Android all the time.
If Tizen is too much like Android then likelihood there isn't really a reason for developers to switch over. I think it's quite unlikely that a developer will want to support IOS, Android, WP and Tizen.
I think Samsung is more interested in grabbing a share of the app market money rather than in the OS itself.
There are two ways in which samsung can make Tizen to reach the likes of android
1) The first Tizen phone should be duo boot with android so that; as people will be using android, they will also be familialsing themselves with Tizen.
2) Making it a free and open source to other phone manufacturing companies for sometime so that there can be plent of devices using it so that it can have more app developer.