Though the smart phone market of the world is ruled by Android OS but the statistics of third and fourth quarter of 2014 might be a wakeup call for Google and its developing community. Despite of myriad of features of android and open availability to manufacturers, Android is not the first priority as the operating system for SMART television makers. Samsung realized its dependency on Android for its smartphones and worked on developing a new operating system, ‘Tizen’ which was released few years back. Secondarily, it might be a small leap against the monopoly of android in the smart phone and tablet industry. Parallel to that, Apple has its own identity in the market, similarly Microsoft too has its unique presence, though it is still struggling to make its space in the smart phone industry. Hence, the mobile manufacturers are depended upon Google for the updates in android. CyanogenMod Inc. is working on showcasing the unexplored android experience but it too waits for Google to launch newer versions of the operating system. Samsung played it smart by opting Tizen as the operating system for its smart watch and its SMART TVs in CES 2015 ahead of another Korean giant LG. LG released its SMART television with WebOS as its operating system last year. WebOS is an operating system developed by Palm acquired by Hewlett-Packard and later sold to LG. Story of WebOS is same as of Tizen, was developed for mobile phones but ended up as an operating system for smart watches and SMART TVs. Certainly, both Samsung and LG have plans to raise the level of television manufacturing industry to a higher level unlike Sony, which has decided to pull its hands out of the tough smart phone and television market competition because of consistent decline in sales. With the development of technology in every sector of electronics, products are becoming light, slim and better or say SMART! Samsung and LG might have given rise to a new competition, taken steps to develop a software environment on their own. It would be interesting to see if Google and Microsoft have any plans to jump into the race of developing product specific operating systems. The best feature of this battle of operating systems is that all these systems are based on open source technology, inviting developers around the world to enhance device performance, a better user interface and user experience, in the end that will make the consumer winner.