Samsung is entering a partnership with Google to revamp Wear OS as a unified platform for smartwatches, but its existing Tizen smartwatches will still be supported for a good while.
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Google announced that it is working with Samsung to combine Tizen and Wear OS, bringing a revamped smartwatch OS with a new user experience, performance, battery improvements, and more.
A new report indicates that Samsung is preparing to move away from Tizen to Google's Wear OS for its next smartwatch. However, it will still be using a version of One UI on top of it.
Samsung's latest smartwatch brings back the rotating bezel and keeps the premium aesthetic of its predecessors. It's the best smartwatch hardware, but there are some problems with Tizen.
Samsung has announced the launch of its Smart Monitor, a monitor that runs the company's Tizen OS, with features inspired by it TVs. It supports DeX, remote PC access, and entertainment apps.
The Galaxy Watch3 has a smaller and lighter design than its predecessor, and it also has new features like blood pressure monitoring and an ECG. It runs Tizen, so it works better with Samsung phones.
Samsung has begun rolling out a software update to last year's Galaxy Watch Active2, which introduces some of the features that launched on the Galaxy Watch3, such as fall detection.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active2 can currently be yours for as low as $199, with the Microsoft Store providing discounts on all configurations of the Korean firm's latest smartwatch.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active2 is the best smartwatch that you can get for an Android smartphone. It's fast, it has pretty animations, and it's an all-around pleasant device to use.
Released last year, Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active2 is definitely one of the better-looking smartwatches on the market, and it has a Touch Bezel, a Super AMOLED display, 4G LTE, and more.
Samsung has given us a look at several new displays that it'll be showing off at ISE 2020 from tomorrow. There's a new 'The Wall' display, the Samsung Flip 2, and a new QLED 8K Smart Signage display.
Samsung's new Galaxy Fold handset and its Galaxy Watch Active2 smartwatch hit store shelves. You can pick up the Galaxy Fold in-store at AT&T, Best Buy, and Samsung Experience stores.
Today, Samsung unveiled its latest smartwatch, as it had promised to do. The Galaxy Watch Active2 adds things like 4G LTE, a digital roating bezel, a Super AMOLED display, and more.
At its Unpacked event yesterday, Samsung introduced its new flagship handset, the Galaxy Note9, and its newest smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch. Here's our hands on with the new devices.
Samsung has pushed out a large update to owners of the Gear S3 smartwatch. The upgrade puts the devices on feature parity with UK and German devices after an update they received in March.
From Apple's apology and foldable phones, to YouTube TV, Samsung security, Android updates, bendy Nintendos, and Windows 10 Mobile malaise, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Samsung's Tizen operating system has been found to be riddled with security vulnerabilities that allow for remote-code execution, and for the delivery of malicious code via the OS' app store.
Although the Gear S3 is a pretty good smartwatch, the Tizen app ecosystem is a bit short on big name applications. Luckily, Under Armour has now released a trio of its apps for the ecosystem.
Samsung released today the second preview of Visual Studio Tools for Tizen. The first preview was released at Connect() 2016 and is the result of a collaboration with Microsoft to get .NET into Tizen.
Samsung's Gear S3 offers a clever rotating bezel, GPS, and mobile payment via Samsung Pay. But can it overcome the common hurdles of a wearable that has earned the stigma of being redundant?
Today at an event in South Korea, Samsung announced the Gear S3, its newest smartwatch. The device packs new and improved features, and will be rolled out to more markets in the following week.
Samsung has announced the world's first Tizen-powered premium displays, featuring the upgraded SSSP 4.0, new tools, a concealed and centralized IR, and IPX5 certification.
Huawei is reportedly in talks with Samsung to switch over its smartwatch OS from Android Wear to the South Korean company's Tizen OS. This comes amid friction with Google and its Android system.
At a pre-IFA event in Berlin, Samsung has unveiled the third generation of its Gear S smartwatch, which now features LTE connectivity, NFC and support for mobile payments using Samsung Pay.
From software updates across the board to a new North Korean streaming service called Manbang and Milk Music sets an expiration date, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its first 4G Tizen smartphone, which will be known as Z2 and will be available through online and offline retailers in India for a price of Rs. 4590.
Aside from unveiling the Galaxy Note7 yesterday, Samsung also announced in Kenya its Tizen-powered budget phone, the Samsung Z2. It is a follow-up to past handsets, like the Z1 and Z3.
Samsung has pushed out a big update for its Gear S2 line of smartwatches. Users can now install apps straight from the watch, use their photos as watch faces and get to try out new UX elements.
To lessen its reliance on the Android operating system, Samsung is reportedly planning to use its homebrew OS, Tizen. This comes after it released a small number of products under the said platform.
Samsung is officially done with the Android Wear platform, according to a new report. The firm will continue its wearable efforts with its in-house OS, Tizen, a platform it has used for some time.
Samsung has announced more details for its developer conference, including who will be speaking, what will be discussed and how much the tickets for the event are. Tickets can be bought now.
Canonical's CEO, Jane Silber, says that we should expect more hardware partners to ship Ubuntu phones and tablets later this year. Names of partner companies have not been disclosed yet.
At its Z3 launch event yesterday, Samsung claimed that its Tizen OS is the second-largest operating system in the budget segment in India, ahead of Microsoft's Windows Phone.
This month, Samsung will launch their latest Tizen powered device, the Z3. The Z3 will follow the Z1, which was introduced towards the beginning of the year and went on to sell over a million units.
Samsung's Tizen-powered smartphone, known simply as Z1, has managed to break the 1 million sales mark and to celebrate the occassion the company will be launching a Gold Edition of the device soon.
After a lot of experiments on using the Tizen OS, Samsung is reportedly planning to release more handsets running the operating system. The company also aims to release devices at varying prices.
Samsung's only Tizen phone, the Z1, was never well received in India after its launch there. However, recent reports show that the device is the top-selling smartphone in the country of Bangladesh.
After the launch in India of the Samsung Z1, a Tizen smartphone, it seems like the new device isn't very well-appreciated in the country. It has so far received poor impressions from its reviewers.
From tardy updates and Micromax crapware, to cutting-edge flagships, wireless keyloggers, Steamtastrophes, and another Xbox price cut, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
After showcasing its new Smart TV line at CES 2015 running Tizen, Samsung warns you that it is going to flood the market in 2015 with all kinds of devices running the Tizen operating system.