The evolution of smart watches from Samsung could provide an interesting twist in the coming months. The South Korean firm had played for two bands and had launched the market-based devices both Android Wear Tizen, but that will change in the short term.
Directors of the company have indicated in an interview that “there is neither planned nor developing devices based on Android Wear”. Samsung bet it all at Tizen, and one of the reasons is convincing: this operating system is “much more efficient than Android Wear”.
Those reviews Samsung executives indicated that Tizen is already being also used in TVs and refrigerators, and it seems that the impulse to Tizen could be final with this decision coming just when we heard that Android Wear 2.0, announced at Google I/O, would make interesting improvements to the platform.
Samsung had opted for Android Wear with your Galaxy Gear Live, but Tizen had been absolute protagonist in other devices: Gear S2, S Gear, Gear 2 and the Galaxy Gear are based on this platform, and the question is clear: can Samsung succeed in this segment with a less extended platform and? with less support from developers? We will see how get you the move in the coming months.
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