The next Samsung Galaxy Watch would run WearOS instead of Tizen, and two models are expected
Samsung would be thinking of launching two new smartwatches this summer, and we may have surprises when it comes to the operating system.
In recent years Samsung has focused on launching all its smartwatches with its own system Tizen, putting Android aside for more than seven years, but things could be about to change.
The filter Ice Universe has commented on Twitter that Samsung’s next smartwatch will use Android and not Tizen, presumably referring to Wear OS.
It would be a strange move although it would help the popularity and user base of Wear OS grow considerably. Although Samsung has been establishing Tizen for the past few years, even offering a superior user experience than Wear OS offers, this change leaves many doubts about it.
Samsung’s new watch will use Android to replace Tizen.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 19, 2021
Also Samsung could be working on a totally different platform, a combination of Tizen with Android, to offer an exclusive experience in all its watches.
Other relative information, this time from Galaxy Club, point out that Samsung is working on up to two new smartwatches within the Galaxy Active category and that its launch will happen throughout this summer, and it remains to be seen if they would continue to bet on Tizen or finally bring Wear OS.
In this way, South Koreans want to bet hard to try to bring down the Apple Watch from the first place in sales of smart watches in the market, something that they have not achieved in recent years, despite the good launches that South Koreans have made in this niche of the market. market.