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Rise of the Alternative Mobile OS

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Discover the key facts on Firefox OS, Tizen, Sailfish and Ubuntu OS in our latest Slideshare presentation.

Discover the key facts on Firefox OS, Tizen, Sailfish and Ubuntu OS in our latest Slideshare presentation.

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  • 1. RISE OF THE ALTERNATIVE MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEMS. iOS and Android, now account for 95% of the global mobile market. This over-dominance has only recently been challenged by innovative alternatives, often built on open standards. Meet the next generation of brave new devices and their operating systems. FIREFOX OS | Linux-based OS by Mozilla The main ideas | Provide a complete community-based system, using open standards and approaches such as HTML5 and JavaScript. Conquer emerging markets and become an alternative to feature phones with targeted prices around $25 for the smartphones. Cost: $25 The first commercial Firefox OS based phone: ZTE Open, launched in Spain in 2013, by Telefonica. Devices that run on Firefox OS: ZTE Open, LG Fireweb and Alcatel One Touch. Markets: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Montenegro, Peru, Poland, Serbia, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. Operators: Movistar, Tim, Vivo, Telefonica, Cosmote, T-Mobile, Telenor. TIZEN OS | Linux-based OS by Samsung. Launched in 2012. Developed in collaboration with Intel and backed up by device manufacturers Intel, Huawei, Fujitsu and Vodafone. Devices: designed for numerous smart devices: smartphones, tablets, in-vehicle infotainment devices, smart TVs, and cameras. The first consumer products based on Tizen: Samsung ZEQ 9000, Systena tablet, Samsung’s NX300M. SAILFISH OS | Linux-based OS by Jolla Sailfish is a Linux-based OS by Jolla in cooperation with the Mer project and supported by the Sailfish Alliance. Launched in Finland in November 2013. Entirely gesture based, button-free multitasking UI. Android support engine that allows native Android apps to run on the device. Cost: 399€ UBUNTU OS | Linux based OS by Canonical UK Ltd and Ubuntu community The name derives from a Southern African philosophy of ubuntu meaning“human-ness”, often translated as“humanity towards others” Released in October 2013. Idea of“one interface for all devices”, smartphones, tablets or desktops. Price range: $200 - £400 Discover more in our OPEN MOBILE PLATFORM SERIES on www.neomobile-blog.com
  • 2. SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITES www.neomobile.com www.neomobile-blog.com www.onebip.com Neomobile S.p.A. viale Pasteur 78 - 00144 Roma - Italy info@neomobile.com ADDRESS