Samsung 5.9 Inch Phablet coimng at the end of the year
Now the age of Phablet is coming. Samsung for the first will bring this kind of device. Technology Researcher said, Phablet is a smaller device than tablet but larger than smartphone.
At the end of 2013 Samsung may launch 5.9 inch Phablet in the market. A report from Korea Times, After the smartphone Galaxy S8, this Korean Company may bring 5.9 inch Phablet in the market.
From Samsung internal source a report of Korea Times, In Samsung Phablet it will used 5.9 inch Light emitting Diode and OLD display. It will also include eight cores eskinyes processor. In Lasvagas CES fair Samsung showed a 5 octa processor of eskinyes also.
Also a report of Korea Times in January in 2013, was announced to make 6.3 inch Samsung Galaxy note 3. Technology Researcher told that, Because of the size of Samsung note2 it is called Phablet a product between smartphone and Tablet. Phablet 5.9 inch and 6.3 inch sized display Amoled note3 will be larger than Phablet. Technology Researcher predict that, in future Samsung will add flexible and easy fold display with Phablet. But Samsung not release any information officially yet. However, on March 14 in New York Samsung may declare new Galaxy series smartphone.
Samsung will Launch a Smartphone with Tizen
Will Samsung leave the platform of popular operating system Android? Techno Researchers said that, this South Korean organization is working to reduce android dependency. Now Samsung plans to release a smartphone powered by the open-source platform Tizen as soon as August.
“The Tizen phone will be out in August or September, and this will be in the high-end category,” Lee Young Hee, executive vice president of Samsung’s mobile business, said during an interview in Seoul. “The device will be the best product equipped with the best specifications.”
There currently are no Tizen devices sold globally. The first users will have “thousands” of applications to choose from, Chase Perrin, an official with the San Ramon, California- basedTizen Association, said in an e-mail.
Samsung, the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, is under pressure to develop its own software after Google, owner of the world’s most popular search engine, acquired handset maker Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for more than $12 billion in May, boosting its patent portfolio.