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Samsung Korea Launches Wave 723

Samsung Wave 723

Samsung Korea has announced the launch of their new smartphone, Samsung Wave 723. Based on the proprietary Bada platform, the Wave 723 features a 3.2-inch display and offers wide range of games, navigation, social networking, e-book, health and lifestyle applications to use with.

30 August 2010 — Samsung today announced the launch of the Wave 723 (Model : GT-S7320E), the newest smart phone based on its open Bada platform.

Measuring 11.8mm with metallic exterior, the Wave 723 sports a 3.2-inch TFT-LCD display with an application-centric interface that allows users to seamlessly and directly access their favorite applications. The Social Hub feature helps users stay organized while staying connected with friends and family everywhere, anytime. 

It is ideal for people who are on the move and excited to share their lives using Samsung’s most efficient and intelligent mobile technology. It has been designed to deliver the highest performance and quality to so that users can take full advantage of all aspects of the online experience from their mobile phone. The Wave 723 will be available starting in September 2010 in Germany and will be gradually rolled out to other European markets including Southeast Asia, the Middle East Asia, and Africa.

The Wave 723 offers easy and direct access to the Samsung Apps store that offer downloading of free and premium apps from games, navigation, social networking, e-book, health and lifestyle. It is also equipped with the latest Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), the Wave 723 lets users take advantage of download speeds while reaching networks at greater distances.

Source: Korea Newswire

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