According to non-official sources, it seemed that NTT Docomo, the largest mobile telco in Japan, has joined Samsung and Intel to build a phone based on Tizen OS, and will supposedly bring the first Tizen OS phone to market in 2013.
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Tizen is a Linux-based OS that is being touted as a more open alternative to Android, iOS and Windows Phone OSes, which could also run in other devices such as smart TVs and in-vehicle entertainment systems.
Just like Mozilla’s Firefox OS project, Tizen OS provides HTML5-based SDK to its application developers, instead of the usual “native” APIs used by the current mobile OS providers.
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