Samsung-backed Tizen is an upcoming platform that wants to make its way onto smartphones, putting the focus on HTML5. It recently hit version 1.0, codenamed Larkspur, and now it looks like Samsung has been showing it off on a reference device.
The reference device is just a rough package to show off what the software is capable of. It does have a large screen with an HD resolution and the processor is a dual-core ARM one, with the clock speed set at 1.2GHz. Tizen has been amalgamated with the MeeGo platform, and it has Intel’s support, so we may see x86-based Tizen phones.
Check out the video and let us know what you think about this platform. It looks like it has a ton of features already.
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