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We are pleased to announce the first milestone release of Tizen 5.0. Tizen is commercialized on smart TVs, smartphones, smartwatches, and smart home appliances, and currently supports three profiles: TV, mobile, and wearable. This milestone release provides developers with new experience for the development of IoT devices, which are connected easily and securely with legacy IoT ecosystems such as the SmartThings™. This release also includes graphics performance enhancements, and introduces Neural Network Runtime preview experimentally in machine learning.

Key highlights of this release are as follows:

  • EFL version 1.16 is upgraded to 1.20.
  • Web engine base open source version is upgraded from M56 to M63.
  • Graphics enhancement:
    • Added Windows backend to DALi.
    • Added XAML based scriptable UI support for NUI.
    • Added support for no-composite mode on Vulkan (20% improvement in performance).
  • Multimedia framework:
    • GStreamer, Pulseaudio is upgraded to latest stable release.
    • ReplayGain feature is added to MediaPlayer.
  • App framework is enhanced (Watchface complication framework, TIDL, rpc-port).
  • Experimental features included in this release:
    • nnfw: Neural Network Runtime preview (development in progress)
    • CPU/GPU acceleration support based on ACL (Arm Compute Library), run Inception V3 model successfully

Please refer to the release notes for details.


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