Samsung uses its Tizen OS on its range of smart TVs, and now the company has revealed that it will be expanding its software to other manufacturers.
Samsung has partnered with various smart TV brands such as Bauhn, Linsar, Sunny and Vispera.
Samsung Electronics today announced partnerships with major international ODM (Original Development Manufacturing) companies such as Atmaca, HKC and Tempo. This will allow non-Samsung smart TV models to use his Tizen OS for the first time. Brand new TVs such as Bauhn, Linsar, Sunny, Vispera1 This year it will be available in Australia, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, Turkey and the UK.2 More consumers can enjoy a premium smart TV experience powered by Tizen, the open source OS of Samsung Smart TVs.
The new Tizen-powered smart TVs follow the announcement of Samsung’s Tizen TV platform licensing program at the 2021 Samsung Developer Conference (SDC). This licensing program allows other TV brands to take advantage of Tizen OS, which offers industry-leading smart features. Content discovery tools, apps and a modern user interface for the ultimate smart TV experience.
It’s been interesting to see what these new partnerships have to offer, and we’re looking forward to seeing some of these new smart TVs powered by Samsung Tizen OS.
Filed Under: Display News, Technology News
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