Samsung hasn’t had a lot luck getting Tizen, the brand new cellular platform that it’s the primary backer of, into the arms of the general public. First Samsung delayed the launch of its first Tizen smartphone back in January, after which it delayed it again at the end of July, lower than two months after officially announcing the Samsung Z as the primary Tizen smartphone. Now it appears like Samsung has set one other window of time during which it hopes to get Tizen cellular hardware into shops.
In an interview with Indian publication Economic Times, a Samsung government has stated his firm’s first Tizen smartphone will launch after Diwali, which takes place on October 23. The exec went on to specify that Tizen hardware will launch in India in November and that “it can coexist with the Android units.”
Most just lately, Samsung had deliberate to launch its Tizen-powered Samsung Z telephone in Russia within the third quarter, nevertheless it ended up halting these plans in order that it might “additional improve [the] Tizen ecosystem.” Fast-ahead a few months and it seems that Samsung feels its platform has had time to develop and that builders added extra apps. For now we’ll simply should be cautiously optimistic and hope that we don’t see Tizen and the Z hit with yet one more delay.
Do you assume that Samsung will truly launch a Tizen telephone in November or will the corporate face one other delay?