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Samsung confirms multiple Tizen phones for 2013

Samsung has just confirmed for Bloomberg Businessweek that it intends to ship not one, but multiple “competitive” Tizen-based smartphones this year, giving the world’s largest mobile-phone maker a modern, in-house alternative to operating systems controlled by Google and Microsoft.

Samsung is currently the smartphone giant. It’s also mostly dependent on others for its mobile platforms. The company makes dozens of different models powered by Google’s Android, including its successful Galaxy S line. Samsung also built a range of Windows Phone 7 devices, before turning lukewarm on Windows Phone 8 with a single phone (the Ativ S/Ativ Odyssey) that hasn’t yet reached the U.S.

Depending on the others, the Korean company understand that they are really vulnerable. “We plan to release new, competitive Tizen devices within this year and will keep expanding the lineup depending on market conditions.” With this Statement, Samsung has made its strategic move away from a dependency on Android official.

Does this mean a Galaxy S III with Tizen?


The first Samsung TIZEN-based smartphone is now said to be released in February 2013, at least according to Samsung’s current plans cited by Russian tech insider Eldar Murtazin.

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