The South Korean company Samsung Android would partially decoupling because currently working in the operating system called Tizen, with which aims to connect their smartphones, televisions and appliances, according to statements issued by Boo-Keun Yoon, a senior executive of the Asian transnational, in an interview with the German newspaper Die Welt. “We are doing research on a new operating system called Tizen for our entire team. We believe that we are able to provide our customers with excellent technologies. ” “Tizen will run both on some of our smartphones, and on our televisions and appliances. In this way we create an ecosystem where we can connect all Samsung devices together, “he said. The executive said that this operating system based on Linux, would be available for televisions probably next year. It has also emerged that the first smartphone developed under this platform would be on sale in the coming months. The development of Tizen is bad news for Google, because Samsung’s emancipation, sales and positioning of Android could fall, in a market where competition remains strong with the Californian company Apple.