For several years the biggest smartphone developer, Samsung, has been heavily promoting the Tizen operating system. This experiment began in 2013, when the market saw two new Samsung cameras that worked on Tizen OS. Later, the company released smartwatches that were also based on Tizen.
In 2015, the OS landed on smartphones, starting with the relatively cheap Samsung Z1 phone. In 2016 the Korean giant switched all of its smart TVs to Tizen. Finally, in 2017, during the Consumer Electronics Show, the company presented a washing machine, a refrigerator, and a vacuum cleaner, all working on Tizen.
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