Samsung sends out press invites for February 23rd, will showcase Tizen devices

The prospects of an actual market launch of a Tizen phone this year are looking rather bleak, but Samsung is still committed to showing off where it’s at with the development of Tizen and devices running on the OS. The company is now sending out invites for an event on February 23rd in Barcelona to give the press and developers a sneak peak at Tizen devices. The event will be attended by major carrier partners of Tizen, including SK Telecom, Korea Telecom (KT), and LG U+, though NTT DoCoMo will most likely not be in attendance, as it has currently postponed its plans for Tizen devices.

Please join the Tizen Association Board on Sunday, 23 February 2014 for a
welcome reception and kick-off to MWC 2014. During this invite only event, you
will get an exclusive sneak preview of the newest Tizen devices as well as an
opportunity to learn about the major milestones that the Tizen project has hit
since last year’s event.

We ask you to reserve time from 3-6 PM CET on 23 February 2014 at Hotel
ARTS Barcelona where you will also have the opportunity to hear from and
interview Tizen Association Board Members.

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What about SGS5?!


Tizen is something Samsung has been working on for a while, but unlike many companies, isn’t being released before it is ready. Hell, iOS wasn’t really ready when it was released on the original iPhone and was severely lacking for quite a while(in spite of the popularity of the form factor when it first came out). ChromeOS isn’t really ready to make a huge splash in the marketplace, even if it has its uses. Virtually every OS comes out, without a lot of apps, and with serious need of work, so Samsung is doing what is needed to get Tizen… Read more »