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Launch of iOS, Android smartphone rival delayed: NTT Docomo

10
Jan
2014

Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo said Friday that the launch of a new smartphone operating system to rival Googles Android and Apples iOS had been pushed back owing to development delays. The open source offering called Tizen, based on the Linux operating system, is the product of a tie-up between companies from Japan, China, South Korea, Europe and the United States. The consortium that makes up Tizen Association include Docomo, US giant Intel, Japans Fujitsu, South Koreas Samsung and LG, Chinas Huawei, and European mobile carriers Vodafone and Orange. Docomos president had previously said he hoped the new system would launch by the end of the current fiscal year to March.

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