After a long silence, ultimately we are allowed to see some remnant of Tizen, the open source mobile platform developed by Samsung and Intel. The operating system is now in its version 1.0, becoming the first official showing characteristics that seem encouraging. Today we will see some applications that run on the platform, the video runs on a tablet, however, applications that were written for the Android operating system.
Nothing glaringly evident in the video, which shows us just how the app will run on Android Tizen not natively, but with a solution that Open Mobile is working to achieve system compatibility (ACL). This is where you will get a system that allows applications to be run on the Android platform as if they were native. As you can see in the video, the solution is not 100% perfect, with a lag and flow management, but we are faced with a still incomplete.
Open Mobile has no plans to release the ACL for end users: the software is designed so that producers can choose whether or not to include it in Tizen devices.