Yesterday we let you know that the first smartphone running developed by Samsung and Intel mobile OS Tizen will probably debut in the Japanese market this year. Today we learned that the South Korean company plans to introduce not just one, but several model phones that support the new platform. Samsung themselves have confirmed this information in an official release. They explained that they will release multiple devices with Tizen and will continue to diversify the portfolio depending on market conditions. Whatever the reaction of consumers to the new phones, one thing is certain: Samsung decided to change direction a bit and stop relying entirely on Google and their mobile platform Android. key word here is “little.” Samsung will surely continue to put phones with Android. Google platform will remain vital to their business. Tizen would rather be a regional project that will slowly be distributed worldwide. As mentioned yesterday, it is likely that the first smartphone with the new platform is intended only for the Japanese market.
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