Underrated Mobile OS Tizen To Power New Samsung Phone, AI Assistant Bixby Might Be Included

Not a lot of smartphone users may be familiar with the Tizen OS considering the fact that the market usually consists of only Android, iOS and Windows Mobile devices. However, Samsung isn't hindered from releasing phones running Tizen. This OS is used by the company for a variety of products including wearables, TVs, and Samsung's Z-series phone. Nevertheless, this mobile operating system hasn't shown up since the Z3 model that was launched last July.

Tizen-running Samsung Phone Coming Soon

Right now, as per GSM Arena, rumor has it that another Tizen Samsung phone is coming up and it will run Tizen 3.0. The said phone is said to have the internal name "Pride" and it is intended to be launched in developing countries like India, as per Sam Mobile. As of now, the phone's specs are still uncertain but there are reports saying that it could feature the rumored AI assistant of Samsung that will debut in the Galaxy S8. Additionally, there should also be a few improvements on the system considering that the current Tizen that's running on a few Samsung mobiles is in its 2.3.2 version.

Samsung Mobile Plans For 2017

At this point in time, most eyes are pointed towards Samsung's flagship releases which will be the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8. Nevertheless, these two may not be the only Samsung phones that are getting released this year. The company is also known for its midrange phones so there's good chance that fans will be seeing more than just the expensive and premium Samsung phones this 2017. But as for the Samsung 2017 flagship phones, the Galaxy S8 is expected to launch in April while the Galaxy Note 8 won't be due until the second half of the year. There are two Galaxy S8 rumored for release and it was said that these two variants will be curved-screen and will differ in sizes. The Galaxy Note 8 on the other hand still has raw rumors circulating about it.

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