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Samsung NX300M smart camera is the first to run Tizen OS officially

Waiting to see the first ever Samsung origin operating system, Tizen running on a smartphone? Well, we first heard of Samsung's plans to introduce a Tizen powered smartphone and then came in rumors of Tizen powered Samsung smart TV's.

Tizen taking it's birth from the country in 2012, is a HTML-5 based operating system developed with Intel, also collaborating parts from it's previous platform, bada, by Samsung. And yesterday Samsung's Principal Engineer Jong-Deok Choi made a note that the South Korean's have already shipped it's first Tizen powered product, a smart camera dubbed as Samsung NX300M, at Tizen Developer Summit, held in Seoul, South Korea.

The Samsung NX300M will arrive with a 3.31-inches Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) panel, a 20.3 megapixels lens with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) technology, WiFi and Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled and runs on Tizen version 1.0, where we have reports of version 3.0's existence.

Unfortunately this is now remained at a homeland exclusive, where the there was no announcements of the new smart camera's international availability. The South Korean markets will sell the NX300M at price about 835 United States Dollars. We also expect to see those Tizen powered smartphones and TV's in the coming year, 2014.

Source: The Handheld Blog, TechnoBuffalo