The year 2011 seems to have marked a balance in the war between mobile operating systems, iPhone OS and Android with driving in the head, followed by good performance of Windows Phone, the small but much loved by the OS, and RIM’s BlackBerry Mind. In 2012, immediately begin the news: the Samsung GT-i9500 will be the first phone with Samsung brand new operating system, the Tizen, Intel-based.
You can not know if Tizen be able to move the market significantly, but today we still have the first images broadcast on the Internet for judging, at least at a glance. The platform is very similar to heed if we are to look for a reference system. Tizen is still in alpha version, so far looking final, probably, we will see by the first of the first quarter of 2012.
Render a Tizen SDK and show what could be the Samsung GT-i9500, which is similar to the Galaxy S II. The home button seems to have been rethought to take a square instead of rectangular one and we see support for a front camera. If you make a SDK seem strange, keep in mind that Samsung has used them in the past.
Regarding Tizen, the operating system will arrive in mid 2012. It was announced as the successor of Meego its plant in late September. This is an Open Source project based on Linux, you probably would not receive the proper attention if there had affected Samsung, Panasonic, Vodafone and NTT DoCoMo, among others. Tizen is different than in the past because it focuses more on HTML5, and this is the reason why Intel went from a Tizen Meego: “The future belongs to the HTML5-based applications.”