Tizen 1.0 Larkspur released out of beta, eagerly awaiting the first Tizen phone

Tizen 1.0 Larkspur released out of beta, eagerly awaiting the first Tizen phone
 The collaboration between Samsung, Intel and a number of carriers on a new open-source mobile operating system called Tizen is finally out of beta and into the real world of 1.0 versions.

Rumor has it that Samsung GT-I9500, references to which we've seen on a few benchmark sites and UAPs, will be the first official Tizen phone, and with version 1 out of the gate, their might be some credibility to it all.

The SDK now sports browser-based simulator and the emulator has been sped up, while a number of new features have been added to the latest mobile OS, like richer HTML5 support, Wi-Fi Direct, and new route searching and POI options for location-aware applications.

source: Tizen.org

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