We have seen Tizen running on Systena Tablet (ARM Cortex –A9), dubbed the first Tizen tablet, it shows that Tizen is easy to be implemented in other hardware with ease; it has been proven that Tizen works well with other hardware when Leon Anavi a software engineer and an open source enthusiast supporter showed some photos showing that Tizen runs on different hardware easily, the hardware he used was A10S-OLinuXino and A13-LCD7TS from Olimex.
|Photo Credits: Leon Anavi via Twitter|
Using A10S (A10S Cortex-A8 processor at 1GHz, 3D Mali400 GPU,) he showed that Tizen can be run on this hardware and there is a huge possibility that it will also work on the A13 a new processor running Cortex A8 processor at 1GHz, 3D Mali400 GPU. The Do It Yourself tablet PC by Leon looks promising. The A10S works in combination of the A13LCD7TS (7-inch LCD display with resistive touch screen), that he used in his Tizen Tablet DYI. See photos below of the Tizen on A10S-OLinuXino.
What do you think of his project? He has been experimenting with other operating system as well, you can know more about his project and other tips and tricks by visiting his website at anavi.org.
You can learn more and see more updates on his project on his twitter account.
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