So you want a new smartphone to play around with, but do not wish to get involved with the fan war that is currently raging between Android, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone 7 and iOS users, don't you? If so, don't sweat it; Samsung has just announced the availability of a new batch of smartphones that will be preloaded with the latest version of its Bada operating system, Bada 2.0
Getting a new smartphone is always something that is worth looking forward to, but the possibility of getting into flame wars with users or various mobile operating systems is a very real problem with some would like to avoid as much as possible. If this sounds like what you are consciously looking out for in your choice of smartphone platforms, the good news is Samsung has just announced the availability of a new batch of smartphones that are powered by its latest Bada 2.0 operating system.
According to the machine translation of Samsung's recent press announcement, it seems that the Korean electronics giant intends to release at least three new smartphones based off the Bada operating system for sale on the market some time soon. Known as the Samsung Wave 3, Wave M and Wave Y, Samsung claims that the new smartphones are designed to be premium products that will cater to users who reportedly desire smartphones that feature a robust platform.
Not much information about the new smartphones have be released by Samsung, although the company has claimed that the new Samsung Wave 3, which is touted as the flagship model for the new Bada-powered smartphones, will feature a four-inch Super AMOLED display of an unknown resolution, as well as support for wireless connectivity via Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi under the b, g and n bands. In addition, the company has also confirmed that the Wave 3 will sport a processor clocked at 1.4GHz and what is reportedly a five-megapixel camera.
On the other hand, the Samsung Wave M will sport a 3.65-inch display that is capable of displaying content at HVGA resolutions, along with a five-megapixel camera, and a sleek design which is reportedly aimed at making it easy for users with smaller hands, such as women, to have a comfortable grip on the phone.
Last but not least, Samsung has also announced the availability of the new Samsung Wave Y smartphone, which will make use of a 3.2-inch TFT LCD display capable of displaying content at HVGA resolutions, along with a two-megapixel camera and a slew of features designed to make it easy for the first-time smartphone user to get the most out of the Bada operating system.
No details about pricing and global availability of the new smartphones have been released by Samsung at this point of time.
Source: Samsung Korea