We've been hearing for quite a while that Samsung is working on a round smartwatch pegged to be called the Gear A. The smartwatch is being positioned as the Apple Watch killer, and is expected to be unveiled on August 12 alongside the Galaxy Note 5. Now, Sammobile has got hold of a slew of specification details about the smartwatch, that reveals it will be running on a new Tizen OS and one variant will support 3G and voice calling.
Samsung India on Tuesday said that it has sold a record 1 million Tizen-powered Samsung Z1 smartphones since its launch in January 2015.
Aiming to offer young students a skill development course based on the Tizen operating system (OS) platform, Samsung India and the union micro, small and medium enterprises ministry on Wednesday joined hands to open MSME-Samsung Digital Academy.
Samsung is already working on the Z2 smartphone, the successor to its Tizen OS-powered Z1 entry-level smartphone the company had launched in India last month. According to a report by Tizen Indonesia, the Z2 will boast several handy improvements over its predecessor.
Tech giant Intel today said it will deliver its McAfee Mobile Security software pre-installed in the first Samsung smartphones running the Tizen open-source operating system.
Tech giant Samsung today said it has invested Rs 517 crore on manufacturing facility at Noida to ramp up capacity and strengthen its position in one of the world's fastest growing smartphone markets.
Samsung is expected to launch a new smartwatch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in March. The watch, which is codenamed Orbis, has been rumored to have a circular screen. SamMobile now reports that the watch will also have built-in wireless charging support.
Samsung today launched its first Tizen-powered mobile handset Z1 in India. The handset offers entry-level specifications at a price point that puts it against the popular Redmi 1S handset from Xiaomi. Let s see how it fare against it with its features,
Samsung finally took the wraps off its first Tizen-powered smartphone. Called the Z1, the company launched the handset in India today for Rs 5,700. Besides offering entry-level specification and a competitive price tag, the company also announced several enticing features to lure in customers.
Samsung just launched the Z1, its first Tizen-powered smartphone in India today. The device will be available from today for the price of Rs 5,700.
Samsung just launched its first Tizen-based smartphone in India. The device is available from today, and is priced at Rs 5,700. Apart from the custom-built OS, Samsung has tried to put in a few features to make it stand out from the crowd.
Samsung s much-delayed Z1 Tizen-powered smartphone could soon see the light of the day. In fact, the company has sent us an invite for an event in New Delhi tomorrow with the tagline, Come, Enjoy Samsung's Next Product.
Samsung boasts a handful of smartwatches and fitness bands in its product lineup, but they all sport either a rectangular or a square face. There is however a chance that the South Korean giant may break the monotony by unveiling a smartwatch with a round display, SamMobile reports.
Samsung has a grand vision for its Linux-based Tizen operating system. While it hasn t been able to ship its Tizen-powered mobile handsets so far, the Korean electronics company already sees its homegrown operating system running on other devices. The company announced yesterday that all its forthcoming smart TVs this year will be powered by Tizen operating system, Reuters reports. The first such Tizen-powered Smart TV set will be unveiled at CES next week.
A report from earlier this month claimed that Samsung was preparing to launch its Tizen-based Z1 handset in India on January 18. Adding weight to the claim are a number of newly leaked photos of the handset and promotional posters from Mumbai-based retailer Mahesh Telecom and other sources. One of the photos has also revealed the full specification of the handset.
We reported earlier that Samsung is set to launch its Tizen-based Samsung Z1 smartphone in India on January 18. But before that could happen, Manish Khatri of Mahesh Telecom, has leaked the full spec sheet along with images of the device on Twitter, leaving very little for imagination.
Samsung will be launching the much-anticipated Z1 handset in India on January 18. The phone -- which was initially expected to launch in October earlier this year-- runs on Korean technology giant s homegrown Linux-based Tizen operating system, and will be priced at around Rs 5,700 ($90), Korean Economic Daily reports.
We all know about Samsung's in-house Tizen operating system, and now, a South Korean newspaper is reporting that the tech giant is all set to launch a smartphone running on Tizen OS in India this month. The device is slated to be called Samsung Z1.
Samsung is working hard on its homegrown Tizen operating system and is said to be planning on launching multiple handsets in India soon running on the latest, and yet to be seen Tizen 2.3. Ahead of the launch, we have got our first look at the forthcoming opertating system.