After a two-year wait, Samsung takes the wraps off a handset significantly scaled back from original ambitions.
The Korean electronics giant released an update to change the operating system on its first smartwatch, but it can't do the same for its televisions, a Samsung executive tells CNET. Owners of some 2014 sets will be able to buy "Evolution Kits" to change to the new software.
At CES 2015, Samsung reveals its SUHD TV running its new smart OS Tizen.
The new operating system will power all 2015 Samsung Smart TVs with an all-new, easier to use interface and faster response times.
Samsung's all-new Tizen operating system, which boasts faster response times and a simpler interface, will appear on all 2015 Samsung Smart TVs.
The Korean electronics giant's software has flopped in phones, but Samsung hopes TVs -- launching at 2015 CES -- will finally make Tizen mainstream.
The company still has ambitions for its operating system, despite Tizen's rocky history.
Meanwhile, Samsung is gearing up for a keynote speech at the show, where it will likely talk up smart homes and the Internet of Things.
The Korean electronics giant is shifting gears again with its troubled mobile operating system. It's now aiming for affordability as a key characteristic of Tizen smartphones.
It may not run Android, but this handset has Samsung written all over it.