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Samsung Electronics Introduces World’s First Tizen-Powered Premium Displays

Samsung Electronics today announced the global launch of its P-Series standalone SMART signage, the world’s first Tizen-powered premium displays. Utilizing the versatile strengths of Tizen as an open source platform as well as in performance and usability, the P-Series displays, including the PHF (700nit brightness) and PMF (500nit brightness; except 32-inch display) models, will also be the.
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