We saw the Tizen 3.0 OS running on a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone yesterday. And today it’s the Galaxy S III from 2012 which is seen running on the new OS. The image reveals very little from what we saw yesterday, but it’s clear that Samsung and Intel have put a lot of work into the look and feel of the OS. We can see the lockscreen and the dialer here from the two images and it’s evident that inspiration has been taken from Windows Phone, especially with the icons on the lockscreen.
The dialer looks pretty straight forward with no fancy touches, not visibly at least. There’s still a lot to know about the new OS as we’ve only seen a few images so far. We’re hoping Samsung will eventually launch a standalone smartphone running the Tizen OS, at least as a test project. But after the early demise of the Bada platform, Samsung’s reluctance to launch a new competitive mobile OS is very understandable.
Source: Tizen Experts
Via: GSM Arena