Samsung's Bada Wave begins

14 Feb

The first phone running Samsung’s new operating system, Bada OS, has
been officially unveiled. As rumoured, it is the Samsung Wave.  It
looks extremely impressive, being made out of a single piece of
aluminium with a glass 3.3 inch Super AMOLED 80×480 resolution display,
a 5.0-megapixel camera, and a 1Ghz processor under the hood. The phone
features Samsung’s TouchWiz 3.0 widget-driven interface and comes in
2GB and 8GB versions, both of which can be expanded with memory cards.
We expect something special from the screen, which uses Samsung’s
mobile Digital Natural Image engine (mDNIe), which is similar to the
panel technology used in the company’s line of flat panel televisions.
Also on board will be connectivity options galore and of course, an app
store for users to download new applications.

The phone is expected worldwide in April 2010. Will Bada be able to
make a place for itself alongside the likes of Android, Win Mo and
Symbian? We will find out when we get to surf this Wave!

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  1. amol February 18, 2010 at 12:09 am #


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