Samsung should launch the Galaxy S10 on Tizen OS, not Android
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Samsung launched their flagship Note (Samsung Galaxy Note 9) just few weeks back. But that is an old news now and here we are in the middle of Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors even before Note 9 is off the racks.

Tizen OS is Samsung’s home developed OS which runs on a bunch of Samsung appliances including television, washing machines, air conditioners, etc. You may or may not be aware of these appliances running in Tizen but you definitely must have heard of Samsung launching a smartwatch based on Tizen OS. Besides, Samsung has also launched low budget smartphones on Tizen out-of-the-box.

Tizen OS has been up and active since 2012. Samsung has had ample time to better it with the user response it has received over the past couple of years. Tizen was launched with the support of Application Compatibility Layer (ACL). ACL shutting down this year has made all of Tizen’s apps not-so-useful.

It’s rumored that Tizen has grabbed the attention of the top developers across the globe. All the basic app that a user needs (like browser, video player, social media apps) are already supported by Tizen. Wouldn’t it be interesting to see one of the Galaxy S10 devices running Tizen OS out-of-the-box?

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*About Tizen: Tizen is a mobile operating system developed by The Linux Foundation that runs on a wide range of Samsung devices, including smartphones; tablets; in-vehicle infotainment devices; smart televisions, smart cameras; smart watches; Blu-ray players; smart home appliances [refrigerators, lighting, washing machines, air conditioners, oven/microwaves] and robotic vacuum cleaners. [According to Wikipedia]


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