Samsung Wave Unveiled

Samsung have created a new phone called the Samsung Wave. The Wave uses the new Bada OS and is actually the first device to utilise this operating system.

The Samsung Waves comes with a 1GHz processor along with a 3.3 inch WVGA Super AMOLED touchscreen display that can show 800 x 480 pixels. The Super AMOLED screen claims to have no motion blur, be ultra crisp and true to the original colours that it represents on-screen. The quick 1GHz processor allows for HD video to be played back smoothly as well as applications also run smoothly. We’ve seen how 1GHz processors perform in the past on other various devices and have definitely seen an increase in performance when used over slower 500 – 600MHz CPU’s.

The casing of the phone is seamless and uses what Samsung call OneBody. The casing is covered in a coating that prevents fingerprints from being left behind. This coating is also used on the tempered glass screen.

Other features include a 5 megapixel camera along with an LED flash and auto-focus. Various shooting modes are built in to the Bada OS camera software which allows for smile, panorama, continuous, beauty and vintage shots to be taken. A photo editor is built in to the OS allowing quick touch-up’s of photos to be done. The camera can also capture images in 720p. An FM radio with RDS is also included allowing music to be listened to.

The Samsung Wave comes with 2GB of storage that can be expanded to 32GB by using a microSD card. For connectivity it has Bluetooth, USB, WiFi and for location based services it has GPS. The battery is rated at a fairly good 1500mAh.

The phone is due to be launched in April although no details of pricing and carriers are known at the moment.

Via: Geeky Gadgets


  1. harishankar sharma says

    the phone is very nice and i would like to know about the features and price of the phone so that i can purchase this glorious phone. i normally use samsung mobiles i have samsung 3g now i would like to go for higher featured phone

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