Samsung will hold an event ahead of Mobile World Congress in Feb 23 a day before, and promises to showcase new devices based on the emerging software, particulary Tizen-based smartphones.
The invitation was sent out by backers of the Tizen OS according to ITNews, although the publication doesn't specify any further information.
Samsung announced its first Tizen gadget, the NX300M camera, about one month ago.
Samsung said it was "committed to delivering the best mobile experience based on the open platform and a fully ready ecosystem around it."
Samsung's interest in Tizen is said to be an effort to break away from the company's dependence on Google.
Samsung's JK Shin told CNET in an interview that the OS is more than just a side project, but also a simple alternative for Android.
Mobile World Congress will be Feb. 24-27 in Barcelona.
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