In Pictures: The twisted tale of Tizen mobile OS

A new OS has been in development since the start of 2012

The birth of Tizen

Tizen is a free and open-source OS primarily for smartphones and tablets, but is being designed for use on other mobile devices including GPS navigators, in-car entertainment systems, and netbooks. It will also be for smart TVs. So the companies behind Tizen aim to go after many of the same device markets that Google has been selling their Android OS to. An alpha of the Tizen OS source code was released on Jan. 5, 2012, and Version 1.0 came out on April 30.

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