According to an interview given by Samsung co-CEO, Boo Keun Yoon to the German publication Die Welt, the company is planning to introduce TVs and other devices running Tizen OS as early as 2014.
Yoon reportedly stated that the company aims to create an ecosystem by which all their devices would be connected to each other via Tizen.
The decision comes in the wake of Samsung's alleged differences with Google and its efforts to create an alternative in lieu of Google's Android OS that runs most of Samsung's devices currently, including the Galaxy smartphones. But before it takes Tizen to the next level, Samsung wants to gauge the market mood by releasing its Tizen-run smartphones.
Samsung, despite being a hardware manufacturer, is trying hard to create an atmosphere in which all its gadgets that currently run on Google eco-system to run on Tizen instead.
Most of the world's smartphones, tablets and various computers today run Google's ecosystem. It remains to be seen if Samsung can achieve the same feat with Tizen.