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Monday, January 16, 2012

Samsung plans to merge the operating system Bada and Tizen

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Samsung unveiled at CES 2012 plans to merge of Bada OS with the operating system Tizen. We recall that Tizen is an open source operating system based on Linux created jointly by Samsung and Intel last September.

Now, apparently the Korean company considered that there is room for both operating and decided to merge into one, borrowing the best features of each.

According to Samsung, the new operating system will be compatible with the current Bada applications and will probably see it soon enough. More specifically, in the year that we are expected to release 1-2 mobile phones, without excluding the possibility for a new tablet.

Of course, do not expect to see the hybrid operating system on high-end devices from Samsung, since the company intends to equip the "diamonds" (at least in the short term) only with Android and Windows Phone.

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