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The Samsung Wave is one of the first two new phones featuring the new ‘Super AMOLED‘ screen technology, the second being the Samsung Galaxy S which is now being launched in the market.
Measuring 118 mm x 56 mm, the Samsung S8500 Wave is only 10 mm thick, providing smart phone technology through ARM Cortex A8, 1GHz processor and Bada operating system, offering excellent levels of reliability.
The phone boasts a colorful 3.3 inch super AMOLED touch screen, having a resolution of 480 x 800 pixel. The Samsung Wave comes with both accelerometer and proximity sensors to automate certain functions such as image orientation and battery saving functionality.
The Samsung Wave S8500 is the first smartphone that is equipped with the new mobile operating system from the manufacturer, bada.
Having the new TouchWiz 3.0 interface, the handset seems just like a typical Samsung feature phone. It is predicted that bada will be a handy, easy to use OS, allowing the users to install different applications and use the rich system resources to enhance their experience.
Samsung has recently launched its new mobile phone, the Wave, which runs on the company’s new Bada platform. According to the company, this phone is an attempt to compete with the iPhone.
Samsung has a history of producing excellent, high-quality but I doubt that this phone will have any impact on Apple’s iPhone sales, as it already has an established market place.
The Samsung Wave comes with a 3.3 inch AMOLED touchscreen, 1GHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera, 2GB of storage, GPS, bluetooth and wi-fi.
The touchscreen will be smudge resistant, apparently, and capable of playing HD video. The camera will also be capable of 720p video capture.
Samsung is expected to launch its handsets, with a new mobile phone operating system, Bada, by early 2010. The developers will be able to check the software development kit (SDK) in December.
Through Bada, the developers will be able to create applications, which the users can download from Samsung’s centralized Application Store. Moreover, it will also allow the network operators to customize the Samsung phones with their own interface and applications.
The word Bada means "ocean" in Korean, and it is being used to give out the idea of openness and broad horizons.