Today appeared the first stable version of mobile OS Tizen, whose creation was announced last fall. Developers can download not only the open source operating system, but updated set of tools for software development (SDK). The new platform supports HTML5 and Wi-Fi Direct, and in tools for developers included a stable emulator browser.
Tizen 1.0 was developed thanks to support from the companies Samsung and Intel, and the OS itself is based on MeeGo platform and LiMo. Reportedly, the company’s platform Samsung – Bada – is also likely to be merged with the new product. Manufacturers Acer, ASUS and Huawei have expressed support for the operating system. The launch of the first smartphone in the management of Tizen is planned for mid-year.
Logically, the most likely manufacturer of the device will be the company Samsung. According to its creators, the new operating system will be used in tablets, netbooks and televisions, as well as production cars.