Tizen SDK 2.0 + Screenshots!!!

From today you can download the SDK and source code of Tizen 2.0 Magnolia, both are available from: https://developer.tizen.org/downloads/sdk.
The new version has many new features and improvements over the previous versions Tizen 1.0 Larkspur and Tizen 2.0 Alpha built. Below you’ll find the highlights of this release:

● Enhanced Web framework that provides state-of-the-art HTML5/W3C API support
● Web UI framework, including full-screen and multi-window support
● Additional Tizen device APIs, such as Bluetooth and NFC support, and access to the device’s calendar, call history, and messaging subsystems
● Web Runtime framework supporting new configuration elements for specifying the required features and privileges, and providing the basic runtime environment for NPRuntime plugins
● Native framework supporting full-featured application development and providing a variety of features such as background applications, IP Push, and TTS (Text-To-Speech)
● Core and native reference applications including Calendar, Contacts, Gallery, Phone, Settings, and Video Player
● Enhanced Web IDE providing WYSIWYG design environment, Chrome-based JavaScript inspector, and JavaScript log viewer
● Native IDE providing a project wizard, WYSIWYG design environment, unit test tool, and dynamic analyzer

Here are some screenshots:

Earlier this year we received some information that the UI on the previous version of Tizen was just the reference UI which you won’t see on the final version, we believe that this UI is close to the final version. Besides the information about the UI we also received, contained some information about the first Tizen device of Samsung, which is mostly based on the Galaxy SIII. Its unclear if this means on the design or on the hardware.

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18 Comments
  1. Do you think that will be Tizen for Wave 3?

  2. PS I already installed the IDE, how to run the emulator?

  3. Okaaaay. Intel and Samsung are really all on on tizen. The user interface is so classy and pretty. Keep it up Samsung & intel

  4. Exactly, it’s beautiful :)
    And no like TouchWiz, which has its enemies ;)

    Therefore, I hope that Tizen will be the Samsung Wave 3: D

  5. Looks promising. But just don’t abandon it, like bada! Take a goal to make it a permanent contender against Android, iOS and WP, just don’t do it for the urge of money.
    The positive thing is Intel is involved in this.

    Let’s see…

  6. IKR Marcin ;)

    The happy, I hope that too. It looks very promising. Samsung and Intel are two market giants and can make this a success.

  7. I have one quick question;)
    What’s the green bar under the time? Battery status?
    Even though it came up nice :)

  8. Tizen GUI should be implemented with TouchWiz in next Android smartphones updates, it’s gorgeous!

  9. Probably the battery status. And it does look very nice c;

  10. its indeed a sexy OS but seems it has no widgets :(

    i really hope to test it soon

    BTW it will be nice if samsung provide system image for some of the Android devices

  11. Looking forward to install it on my Samsung Wave 8500.Nice..

  12. It looks very promising…

  13. Promising, beautiful, sexy it just my thing!. I hope it comes with galaxy series.

  14. it’s awesome and looks very sexy … i hope we see it on new series of flagship device this year and also i hope it runs smoothly and have some new good software tricks
    i’m looking forward to it now because it looks promising maybe new challenger for android and ios.
    i hope Tizen wow us :)

  15. oh shiiiiiiiiiit tizen looks very sexy I want it

  16. Wow Tizen has come along quite well in the past year. Last year the first SDK looked a little rough around the edges but the 2.0 SDK looks like a very well polished product. I hope this means that Samsung and Intel are gearing up to release this platform. I would love to see Samsung make some phones running this OS sometime this year and I really hope they dont neglect this like Samsung did with Bada.

  17. Nice SDK for the web and native application development. I read about its Stopwatch using Tizen Time API apps and web storage using a Tic Tac Toe game that are both amazing.

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