With the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2013 just around the corner , much is said these days of devices. But they are still systems fundamentals, and in fact one of the axes of the war between the different device manufacturers is articulated platforms that work with smartphones that inhabit and populate the market.
Thus, we could understand each of these systems as if they were different battlefields and other firms where a cannon is asestan sales and market shares. In this sense, we currently do not know whether the South Korean Samsung underarm will your new system Tizen the mobile exhibition in Barcelona , but if not, these days we can enjoy a preview.
Through specialized site SamMobile we have seen a number of new screenshots of its user interface. It is very interesting that, although this platform is, in a sense, a continuation of Bada OS, although taking a new route, have been used to cool the air aspect of design that shows off. Catches have been possible thanks to the deployment of the second edition of this development kit system, which are uncovered several innovations that anticipate what we find on computers that run on Tizen .
Thus, for example, warned ahead of new solvents coding websites in HTML5, as well as giving a correct option to display web browser without the framework of full screen, also including support for multi-window not specified how it will work the latter, although the aroma function we know based terminals for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is more than evident. Among the options that have the support platform is the proximity communication chip NFC , which it is anticipated that one of the benefits we would definitely in units using Tizen -something that, in a way, expected, taking the pulse of the trend in other platforms, with the exception of iOS -.
In terms of design, Tizen commitment to sobriety. The funds are clear, with a light beige underlying texts to be distributed with enough air. Everything looks very clean and computer, so that simplicity was the goal to be followed by those responsible for the aspect of the system. Notably something that catches the eye: the application panel. The icons are circular, with a small flattened tone, and although they are different from those we know as Symbian ( Nokia Belle ), inevitably evoke the signature system Finland when you take a look at the proposal. However, the level of detail of the small buttons that provide access to applications and utilities is much higher. The result, in general, is very stylish and attractive.