if not enough with Firefox OS and Ubuntu, today has taught some Tizen, MeeGo successor , which was the successor of Nokia’s Maemo and Intel’s Moblin.
As you know, not that lucky this interesting accompanying operating system based on Linux and heart web standards, but Samsung is going to keep trying and actually merge Bada with Tizen, so that the South Korean giant’s commitment focuses on the future.
Taking advantage of these days
marks the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona Tizen makers have shown a development version of the system, sponsored by the Linux Foundation and the LiMo Foundation but developed almost entirely under the umbrella Samsung , which will play the quarter is launching the first models to market.
MuyComputer have more information and a few screenshots where you can see a little Tizen interface , which no longer resembles that Moblin for netbooks that made many we open the eyes and the appetite to try something that really looked different.
The question is, does anyone can take Tizen as “liberating” against Android? Samsung Is it better than Google? I do not think so I’ll see if we are lucky and Firefox both OS and Ubuntu are made a little hole in the mobile landscape, missing ago.