Launching Tizen on Samsung's newest smartwatch could help the company avoid the app and carrier problems that often plague new operating systems. The Korean electronics giant has been working on Tizen-based smartphones for months, but the first global product to use the open-source Linux operating system won't be a phone. Rather, Samsung on Monday will unveil a new version of its Gear smartwatch that runs the company's Tizen software rather than Google's Android operating system. Introducing Tizen to the masses via Gear may be one of the smartest moves Samsung could make. The reason? Apps.
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I was reading the question about the father wanting to get his daughter a cell phone for the year she's living in London, and your suggestions were great. My question is similar, but maybe a little more difficult. I'm going to Spain for 2 weeks. I have the T-Mobile Vibrant, so I know my phone will work on the European networks. I believe the easiest way to do this would be to get my unlock code from T-Mobile, and then buy a SIM card while I'm in Spain, which would allow me to use my cell phone to make calls (novel, I know) but I haven't been able to find much information on using data. I'd love to use Google Maps, etc. while sight-seeing, but everything I've found so far leads me to believe that my data would be under the data roaming fee from T-Mobile, which could cost a small fortune. Do you know if I can use data abroad, or how, cheaply? -- Jason, via e-mail.
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Features We're very impressed that the LG Enlighten has Android 2.3.4, considering it's an entry-level phone. This gives it an improved user interface along with a better power management, downloads management, control over apps, and more. It even has Adobe Flash Player 10 in the browser, along with GPS, 3G with EV-DO Rev. A, and Wi-Fi. It has tethering and 3G Mobile Hotspot capabilities, too--you can share data with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices. As with all Android phones, the Enlighten is compatible with Google's array of apps and services that include Gmail, Google Search with Voice, Maps with Navigation, Google Talk, Latitude, Places, and YouTube. If you decide not to use Gmail, you can use your own e-mail log-in information and enter in your POP3 or IMAP server addresses if you like. LG and Verizon have included a few of their own apps on here as well, and they include Backup Assistant, Guided Tours, My Verizon Mobile, and Polaris Viewer. The Verizon apps like Backup Assistant are not removable.