Last month, Samsung confirmed that it will not attend the in-person exhibition at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress as part of its commitment to its employees’ health and safety. Meanwhile, the company further added that it will take part virtually.
At the Mobile World Congress, several leading OEMs, including Samsung, introduces their new products and innovations. However, the company has confirmed the integration of its Tizen OS with Google’s Wear OS, it could reveal some information about this unified platform at the MWC 2021 later this month.
According to the info, Samsung has scheduled an online-only event on June 28 during the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2021. On the MWC’s official agenda page, the global tech giant mentioned that it is “reimagining smartwatches, creating new opportunities for both developers and consumers.”
Previously, Google had shown off some features of the upcoming wearable platform, while it’s unknown whether it will be called Wear OS or not. While it’s confirmed that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4 will run the integrated WearOS-TizenOS platform.
When it comes to features, the new Wear OS developed by Google and Samsung offers up to 30% faster app startup times, longer battery life, improved power efficiency, easier app development, improved stock apps, third-party tiles, and a watch face designer by Samsung.
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