Huawei Partners with Samsung to Use Tizen OS on Its Smartwatches


In what may come as a stun to a few, Huawei is supposedly wanting to dump Google's Android stage for its future smartwatches. The Chinese organization may now change to Samsung's Tizen OS to incorporate into its smartwatches, a report recommends. The news comes after Huawei, LG, and Moto chose they would not discharge any new smartwatches in 2016.

The Korea Herald refers to a report in neighborhood daily paper JoongAng that cases Huawei is in converses with Samsung to utilize its Tizen OS – an open-source working framework created by Samsung and Intel essentially. The report additionally says that Huawei was "searching for an OS other than Google's as the US firm had not been extremely shared." This is entirely suggestive that the organization is in no state of mind to engage Google's grip on the Android stage, and needs to alter its offerings more.

Then, Samsung has allegedly guaranteed Huawei of its participation in its new plans to push out Tizen OS fueled smartwatches in the business sectors. To note, Samsung had discharged its Tizen OS in 2012, and from that point forward has been propelling cell phones (Samsung Z1, Z2, Z3) and smartwatches (Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear S) running Tizen in India and different markets too.

It is important that Samsung has been attempting endeavors to build the strength of its Tizen OS in the working framework showcase that is as of now in a grasp of Apple' iOS and Google's Android.

The Korea Herald contacted Samsung to remark on the JoongAng report, and got an announcement from a representative, "Samsung has not formally got any solicitation for such coordinated effort from Huawei yet."

On the off chance that the above talk happens to be valid, it will be the primary such cooperation between two tech monsters of its kind. We propose that perusers ought to bring this gossip with a grain of salt.