The Korea Tizen Developers Conference is full of drama as Tizen fans waited and expected that there will be a Tizen smartphone that will be unveiled, whether you take it as a good news or bad news, no smartphone powered by Tizen operating system that was unveiled, but Tizen fans did not go home empty handed, Samsung unveiled the NX300M camera now powered with Tizen, although this is not new as several months ago it was already reported that the camera is powered by the operating system. Leaked firmware of the camera was shared online, but it was just a brief moment for the Tizen NX300M as Samsung did not give any confirmation on its status.
|Samsung NX300M Camera|
And at last all the rumors about the camera running the Tizen operating system has been confirmed the camera has a version that runs Tizen operating system, according to the Samsung executive VP Jon-Deok Choi that the camera running Tizen has a 2 times boot up speed and has a much better performance compared to the previous one plus it supports third party apps from developers such as the Nokia maps.
This might be a good start for the operating system but I think it will not bring huge impact on the status of Tizen operating system, but it’s a good thing to see a hardware in the market finally powered by the Tizen operating system, it will not be the first one and there will be more devices that will be unveiled that is powered by the operating system in months to come prior and after the unveiling of the smartphone powered by the operating system Tizen.