Reuters has an interesting story about Samsung currently working on a “joint software platform” that will be used both on phones and TVs.
According to the publication, Kyungsik Kevin Lee, vice president at Samsung’s Visual Display Division, confirmed that the company has a “plan to have a single platform for Samsung TV and phones.”
While there have been no other details unveiled, it’s hard to believe that Samsung is working on a completely new platform, so it would make more sense for it to bring Bada OS (which already runs on some of its smartphones) to TVs. Naturally, we can’t be sure that this is indeed what the South Korean giant intends to do, so lets hope we’ll get new details soon.
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