Posted May 24, 2012 8:48 UTC (Thu) by man_ls
Parent article: A look at Tizen 1.0 on the developer device
I realize that this article may not be the place, but I miss some kind of editorial from a strategic point of view. Why is Samsung, nowadays Android's most vocal proponent, supporting Tizen? Are they phasing out their own Bada and want to keep their options open?
This has implications on the devices too: the day might come when Samsung offers a choice of operating systems on the same devices. The article's most important point to me is:
the device is alleged to be the same hardware used in Samsung's Android-powered Galaxy S2
The implication might be that future models are also supported by Tizen. It might be really fun to compare operating systems; also the door to community projects would be wide open. May we ever run Debian on our terminals!
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