Samsung NX300M Camera First Device To Get Tizen

Samsung’s Tizen OS was initially designed to go on the company’s smartphones and until recently was rumoured to be heading to Samsung’s smart TVs. Today, it came as a surprise when the Korean tech giant announced that its home-brewed mobile operating system has officially landed to its NX300M mirrorless camera. 

Samsung’s Tizen OS was initially designed to go on the company’s smartphones and until recently was rumoured to be heading to Samsung’s smart TVs. Today, it came as a surprise when the Korean tech giant announced that its home-brewed mobile operating system has officially landed to its NX300M mirrorless camera.

Samsung has previously relied on Google’s Android OS to power not only its smartphones and tablets but also its small fleet of smart cameras. So with the NX300M receiving Tizen OS is actually a big step for Samsung to reduce its dependency on Google and its services. On a related note, Nokia today announced that it will provide maps-related support to future Tizen devices.

The Samsung NX300M features a 20.3MP APS-C sensor, a 3.31-inch AMOLED touch display that flips 180 degrees, 100-25600 ISO range, dual-channel Wi-Fi and NFC capability.

 

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