Samsung Yet Again Delays Tizen Phone Launch

Posted by at 8:16 am on July 28, 2014

Tizen-OSSamsung today further delayed the launch of its first Tizen phone in Russia.

The company said it needs to “further enhance [the] Tizen ecosystem” before the phone can be released, which strongly suggests there aren’t enough apps for the platform. The device was expected to debut at a developer conference in Moscow earlier this month, but its unveiling was scrapped at the last moment. At the time, Samsung said, “The smartphone will appear on the Russian market later, when we can offer our users a fullest portfolio of applications.”

Tizen is Samsung’s home-grown smartphone platform based on Linux and other open standards. The company planned to launch a Tizen device in Japan early this year, but that launch, too, was cancelled at the last minute.

Samsung did not say when it plans to launch its Tizen phone, which was supposed to reach the market this quarter. Without apps, Samsung’s Tizen device won’t be able to compete with established competitors.

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