Samsung and HTC to out Tizen-based devices in the second half of the year
0. phoneArena 21 May 2012, 04:20 posted on
Rumors are that Samsung and HTC are coming with smartphones based on Tizen in the second half, with Acer and Asus working on notebooks for emerging markets with the newfangled mobile OS. It will have a steep hill to climb against the established three Android, iOS and Windows Phone, but that will make it more fun for us to watch. Tizen was caught in the act running Android apps recently, so this might be the ace up its sleeve...
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1. andro. (Posts: 1986; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
Not sure if this platform will be another bad but if incorporates android apps and games it could be successful
3. pokharkarsaga (Posts: 365; Member since: 23 Feb 2012)
tizen is not a hardware greedy and laggy os as compared to android.i like windows phone but after some months or years,the metro user interface will be boring,because people always want new and not repeated.thats not the case with tizen,because its open source.its highly customizable.tizen can even run android apps,so the apps issue is also solved.i also like bada os because it has fast access time and it can also play hd videos and games without a gpu.tizen is nothing but advance version of bada.so i think htc,sony,nokia etc should adopt tizen and kick hardware greedy and laggy android.
9. lubba (Posts: 1313; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
Same old BS excuse "boring". What out of this world customization do you need. What, a stripper shaking her ass in the background? As I see it, Android gets boring as well. Same widgets, same grid layout, same, same, same= boring. And why should Nokia adopt tizen? I'll bet you 99% your using MS windows to type your post.
11. danny_a2005 (Posts: 120; Member since: 06 Oct 2011)
What about ios... It has been the same UI since the beggining and for some people it is not boring at all...
14. lubba (Posts: 1313; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
That clown parkhark just trying to advertise product. His claim unfounded. Now why doesn't he say after six to a year customization will get boring? Most average people prefer phones that are stable. phones that complete their everyday busy lives like setting calendar, meetings, news, entertainment, phone, social, etc. Not putting strippers in the background.
4. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
Despite of rumors buzzing up of Samsung " forking" android soon,I don't see the point of tizen other than being a backup OS in case android ens up more closed or motorola-favored
5. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
..and btw, days of android being laggy are gone.
As for being hardware heavy, I beg to differ -there are phones with 256mb RAM and 600mhz processors running it.
OEM skins tend to make it heavy
6. clevername (Posts: 1435; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
I beg to differ sir. I have a galaxy s 2, stock not rooted, running 2.3.6. And I'm actually quite amazed, and not in a good way, at how buggy and laggy this "top tier" device is. In fact I recently went through an odd crash that started the phone from scratch. I'm talking "do you have a Google account?" From the beginning scratch. After which all my apps were still there but about 70 don't work unless I uninstall and reinstall. And those I don't do that with gimme a force close pop up every hour. What's really annoying is some of those are stock apps like gmail that I can't uninstall.
So long story short............oops, sorry for the pause, my messaging app just force closed...long story short, I can't speak about 4.0, but since most phones haven't been upgraded to it yet, the days of laggy buggy android are still not over.
7. darac (Posts: 2156; Member since: 17 Oct 2011)
well, that is your personal experience, right?
now if we could ask all SGSII users is their phone laggy and buggy and see the average result..i would bet on one big NO.
i have a single core droid with 512mb RAM, and don't have any of the issues you talk about
16. clevername (Posts: 1435; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
Look chief, I know millions of others don't have the same problem. I'm not the rule just a Guy with s**tty luck. Thing is, I'm not the only Guy with these problems. When I Googler it I found other people had. The same or similar issues. The same issue wasn't that common but was out there. My point wasn't that the galaxy s 2 messes up or that android is some glitch monster. Just that the laggy buggy days are not over with. Declining sure, but not done.
8. SleepingOz (unregistered)
I doubt you ever had a GSII! Troll harder next time!
15. clevername (Posts: 1435; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
Damn never thought I'd be called a troll for that. Lol take it easy bud, there's no trolling here. A troll couldn't tell you how much space twlauncher takes up(600kb), or wouldn't even know what that is, couldn't tell you the baseband number(I777UCKK6), what version samsungappsUNA (2.0.13) is at or even know that existS. Unlike people who fail to give intelligent replies or resort to calling someone troll at the drop of a hat like a juvenile, I'm not a troll.
10. lzsbleach (Posts: 155; Member since: 20 May 2012)
Me personally I think its how some people use there phones and the type of apps they download that results to there performance. I have galaxy s 2 and never had any problems with it. Same thing with windows when Im the only one using my computer it works very good and smooth, but when I started letting other people in my fam using it, thats when it went to hell, started lagging and booting up very slow. So I think it matters on the user on this one and how good they take care of there phone. Hay u could of even dropped it n broke off a small important piece thats causing your phone to miss up.
12. Mube1 (Posts: 153; Member since: 22 Sep 2011)
What the hell bada is already floop now tizen
13. babyk (Posts: 248; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
android is not laggy not with my one x definitely not