I'm starting to think Samsung need to speed up the development of Tizen. Tizen seems a heck of a lot more efficient than Android. It runs super smooth on pathetic hardware (Z1), and on wearables, is feature packed and better on battery life than Android Wear and other OS'. The flexibility of the OS is such that it runs on anything. It's on all their new TVs and higher end cameras. Speaking of cameras, Samsung is coming out both barrels blazing in this industry. The NX1 is finally getting the recognition it deserves because of multiple massive firmware updates; Something other OEMs (Nikon, Canon, Sony, etc..) can't even come close to matching. Hardware has never been a problem for Samsung, but on the software side it seems Google is holding them back with Android's lack of features. Samsung is the only one willing to push the boundaries to go up against Apple. Camera performance, fingerprint scanner and is implementation, display quality, VR, Multiwindow, and device security (enterprise) are all the things only Samsung seems to be trying to make big advancements in on Android. Google even implemented Samsung's Knox to help Android in enterprise. Samsung trying all this, is an effort on top of an OS they don't control. The NX1 was able to have so many quick MAJOR firmware updates (that are causing review sites to redo their rating of the NX1) because they control the OS. So I'm just thinking the quicker they get Tizen fully ready for high end hardware in developed markets, the better for them. Of course, I'm not saying drop Android. That would be foolish. But if the NX1 is any indication of what they can do when they fully control the software, I say hurry up with a fully developed Tizen. Thoughts?