South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is quite happy with the success its Galaxy S III smartphone has had on the market, but it seems that it is looking for more.
The company appears to be getting ready for the launch of a Tizen-based flavor of the Galaxy S III, at least this is what a listing on the WiFi Alliance’s website suggests.
The Alliance has just approved
a Samsung GT-I9300_TIZEN handset, which could be nothing different than a Galaxy S III flavor, as the model number suggests.
Samsung has been long testing the mobile OS on its flagship Android smartphone, and it wouldn’t come too much as a surprise if it actually had plans to release a Tizen-based model of the device on the market.
Dual-band Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct and the new Miracast standard will be present on this smartphone when it lands.