The Linux-based Tizen 3.0 operating system is being adopted for Raspberry Pi 2, in an effort to make the operating system much more popular.
Despite the huge resources that are being pumped into Tizen, this Linux-based operating system didn't get a lot of attention. It's being developed under the guidance of the Linux Foundation, with help from multiple companies and led by Samsung.
Samsung is also the company that's been pushing for the adoption of Tizen, but until now it's only been implemented on some low-end devices and a watch. It's clear that Samsung it's trying to get rid of the Android OS and all the royalties it needs to pay to Google, but that's not happening anytime soon.