It looks like Samsung thinks highly of its first Tizen smartphone but if news are true from Japan, things are a bit more serious. An NTT DoCoMo spokesperson recently admitted that the market isn’t big enough to cope with 3 operating systems, leaving Tizen OS outside far from Android and iOS. So even though the platform is being supported by Samsung, Intel, Orange and Vodafone it will take some time for it to make its stand in the market.
Obviously the fact that the Japanese market is small doesn’t mean a lot to Samsung and its Tizen OS, since the company plans to massively release the first Tizen OS smartphone worldwide in a couple of months. Oh and we will be having a first taste of the operating system in MWC 2014 in Barcelona!
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