It appears Samsung hasn’t drop its Tizen-based smartphones simply yet. The Korean innovation monster is said to be anticipating on releasing at least one non-flagship Tizen-based smartphone in India amid Diwali, The Economic Times reports.
“We started late, but we are very focused. We are not shooting in the wild,” Tarun Malik, director of MSC (Media Solutions Centre), South West Asia at Samsung told the publication. “This is a game that has to be led by the device manufacturer and not the pipe (telecom operators).”
Samsung was recently reported that it has ditched its first ever Tizen-based cell phone named as Samsung Z, and rather is required to dispatch low cost entry level smartphones like the SM-Z130e or the SM-Z130h. These smartphones were as of late spotted on an Indian import manifest starts to our shores for testing purposes. The company may release both the models but there is no other details on it.
Tizen is Samsung’s homegrown operating system and is a piece of the company starts moving its focus to Tizen than dependence on Google’s Android platform. It has been developing the operating system for a long while now, and has already released Tizen-based smartwatches. The company will additionally be giving Club Samsung 2.0 service, through which it will offer confined music, videos, TV shows and other contents. Samsung trusts that this will help to empower Tizen’s footing among users.