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Keeping Up: Samsung Tomorrow’s Top 5 for January

         

2015 has already begun, and so has the era of Internet of Things (IoT), according to BK Yoon at CES 2015 Keynote Address. Samsung believes that openness is a key to IoT, and has worked hard to make any device connect and communicate with one another on its SmartThings open ecosystem and Tizen platform. At CES 2015, Samsung introduced innovative Tizen-powered products and related contents have been popular this month at Samsung Tomorrow. As usual, we’ll take a look at the monthly round up of what else has been popular on the blog this month.

 

  1. Samsung Introduces Galaxy A7 for a Seamless Social Experience

 

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For those of you who were looking for a slim metal smartphone with powerful multitasking performance and sophisticated design, the Galaxy A7 could be your choice. Expanding on the popular services provided by the Galaxy A5 and A3, the Galaxy A7 allows you to capture and share every moment seamlessly on your social media channels with its 5.5-inch HD super AMOLED display, LTE Category 4, and multicore processor. If you are not sure which smartphone to buy between the Galaxy A7 and its previous flagships, then compare the 3 smartphones at a glance. We know it will be easy for you to make the right choice.

 

  1. Samsung Unveils the Samsung Z1, the First Tizen Powered Smartphone for Indian Consumers

 

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Appealing to millions of potential users in India, Samsung recently launched its first Tizen powered smartphone, Samsung Z1, for India. Samsung customized the smartphone to meet the unique, entertainment-focused needs of local Indian consumers by offering a simple and easy to use user interface, superior 4” WVGA PLS screen, 3.1 megapixel rear camera, and a free entertainment package called ‘Joy Box.’ Samsung Z1 is also a smartphone for emergency assistance, and will send a “Help” message when needed.

 

 

  1. Flex Duo with Dual Door oven: Closer look at Samsung’s new oven

 

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Samsung has taken convenience and flexibility to a whole other level with the Flex DuoTM Oven Range with Dual DoorTM. What is so unique about this oven range is that it has two doors that have been integrated into one, providing three cooking configurations to tackle any meal’s demands. For example, you can roast vegetables or prepare desserts in the small top compartment while you grill a whole chicken in the lower compartment, and use the warming drawer to keep the dishes warm while you wait for other things to cook or guests to arrive.

 

  1. Samsung Electronics Redefines TV Experience with New Smart TV Powered by Tizen

 

Samsung Electronics Redefines TV Experience with New Smart TV Powered by Tizen

 

Along with its Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Samsung Z1, among many others, all of Samsung’s Smart TVs produced this year will come equipped with its new platform built around the Tizen operating system. The Smart Hub will be redesigned, featuring easy access to content, with the first screen displaying your most recent content and tailored content recommendations for even more entertainment options and four-direction control. Also, users will have an integrated, seamless entertainment experience and ultimate flexibility and unparalleled access to various contents for Tizen powered TV’s easy synchronization with other devices.

 

  1. Tizen in the Big Picture

 

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Tizen constitutes a large and important part of our Internet of Things (IoT) strategy that encompasses all device categories. According to BK Yoon, the President and CEO of Samsung, all Samsung hardware will be IoT- ready in five years; many of them run by Tizen. But why has Samsung planned to create Tizen-powered products? In fact, Tizen is much lighter than other operating systems, requiring less processing power and memory, which ensures faster device speeds with less energy consumption. However, this does not mean that Samsung will abandon other operating systems, as it believes in the importance of openness in bringing IoT to life.

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