Samsung is still the biggest smartphone seller in the world, and even though most of these sales are based on mid-tier smartphones, the company continues to dare the odds of R&D with its most recent experiments already on store shelves. Some of these experiments have gained a certain level of fame and others haven’t, but the company is clear that in order for most of these products to survive, it does need the support of the developer community. As such the company has just sent out invitations for its Samsung Developers Conference in November.
The event will happen from November 11th to the 13th on San Francisco’s Moscone Center, and if you’re wondering what to expect for this event, we ask ourselves the same thing. In previous years we’ve seen Samsung announce its Mobile SDK, the KNOX Enterprise SDK, among other things, but none of these have gained enough popularity or traction for this event to be noticeable. We are expecting to see enhancements on Samsung’s S Health platform, and we also expect to see a bigger push towards Tizen devices now that we have all of Samsung’s Gear lineup running its proprietary operating system.
It’s hard to predict if we will also see some extra push on devices like the Samsung Z for markets like the United States, but stay tuned as rumors should get more interesting in the next coming weeks.