Aug 30, 2011
Samsung’s Bada operating system is still alive. Today, Samsung has announced that they will be releasing a new set of Bada 2.0-powered handsets scheduled this week. Maybe this is in preparation for their IFA trade show that will be held in Berlin this September 2-7. I wish that they will also tackle some topics covering updates on upgrading old Bada versions to Bada 2.0 that is expected to be distributed via Kies this September. Because many people are waiting to get their hands on this new operating system.
Samsung Wave 3 is the leader in this group that is powered by a 1.4 GHz processor. It sports a 4-inch VGA Super AMOLED screen which I think is an upgrade from LCD that is used in the older Wave II handsets. Though the 5-megapixel camera is the same, you will be happy to know that it has a 3GB of internal memory for your immediate use. Also like the previous Wave II, you can further expand your storage capacity via microSD slot by adding an extra 32GB storage. All of these features are enclosed in a 9.9 mm metal case for protection from breakage.
Samsung Wave M should be bought at a cheaper price than the Wave 3 because it only sports an 832 MHz processor, 3.65-inch HVGA LCD display and a 150MB internal memory that can also be upgraded to 32GB via microSD slot. This handset also comes in metallic case like the previous Wave handsets.
Samsung Wave Y on the other hand is a little bit smaller that has a viewing size of 3.2-inch HVGA LCD screen, 832 MHz processor and a 2-megapixel camera.
By the way, all three devices are equipped with Wifi, Bluetooth 3.0 and ChatOn. And because they are using the new Bada 2.0, you can expect that you can have access to different services like NFC, Social Hub and Music Hub. As of now there are no words about the pricing or availability. To know more about their specs visit Samsung Tomorrow to know the details.
–source: Samsung Tomorrow