After launching Tencent Operating System or TOS at the beginning of this year, Chinese Internet tycoon Tencent rolled out TOS+ strategy last week at GMIC to make the system available for more emerging categories of smart devices ranging from smart wearables, smart TV to virtual reality headsets. Just a few days later, the first leaked images of TencentOS have appeared online.

The pictures show the Android-based system supports a variety of features that are typical for smart watches, like sports data monitoring, messaging, answering phone call, music, email alert. TencentOS also supports voice commands, payment transaction and it is going to feature several local life services like taxi-hailing, restaurant reservation, fast check-in to get users better informed in different usage scenarios.

TOS+ aims to build an open source platform that connects all kinds of smart devices, according to the company. For Tencent, it is all ideal platforms for pushing other services like gaming, social and entertainment services, mobile payment services, and more.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.