Samsung Announces Wave 3, Wave M, And Wave Y Bada 2.0 TrioBy cheatmaster 09:33 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments
The long wait of all the fans of Samsung's bada Operating System (OS) for a recent device is finally over as today, Samsung announced a trio of bada 2.0 phones, with Wave 3 being the recent flagship for the company's proprietary OS. The devices also employ Samsung's recent naming strategy, which we trecent you about recently.
Like we mentioned above, the Wave 3 is the most feature packed phone of the bunch. It runs on a 1.4Giga Hertz (GHz) CPU, and packs a 4" Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) classy screen with WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution, showing you Samsung's latest TouchWiz UI. There is a zippy HSDPA network connectivity on board, along with quad-band GPRS/EDGE. A 5MP auto focus capturing camera with Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash is in charge of taking photos and shooting HD videos (720p@30fps), while a Video Graphics Array (VGA) unit at the front will assist you with video calls.
Samsung Wave 3
There is 3GB of built in memory in the Wave 3, and a microSD memory card slot (up to 32GB). Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, and Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 complete the connectivity package. There is accelerometer, proximity, and light sensors on board too, along with a compass. All this functionality will be powered by a 1500 mAh battery, and packed in a brushed aluminum body, weighing 122 grams.
And since we got the chance to acquire our hands on a Samsung S8600 Wave 3 unit (in fact we got all three of the recent announcements), here come a few live photos for you to enjoy. Expect our exclusive preview of the latest bada flagship to appear on our homepage later today.
Samsung Wave 3 live shots
The Samsung Wave M is the mid-range device from the trio, with a knack for social networking. It is powered by an 832 Mega Hertz (MHz) CPU, and has a 3.65" TFT Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) classy screen with HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution. Like the Wave 3, the Wave M offers a 5MP AF capturing camera on its back. Its video recording however has been limited to HVGA@30fps. A Video Graphics Array (VGA) front capturing camera is present as well.
There is 150Mega Bytes (MB) of built-in memory in the Wave M, and support for microSD cards (up to 32GB). A full connectivity package can be found on the device as well, along with an accelerometer and proximity sensor. The Wave M has a 1350 mAh battery under its metallic body. The device weighs 121 grams.
And here go the live shots of the Samsung Wave M S7250.
Samsung Wave M S7250 live shots
The Samsung Wave Y, as its name suggests, is the entry level phone in this bada Operating System (OS) trio. It features the same Central Processing Units (CPU) as its bigger brother, the Wave M, but has a smaller 3.2" TFT Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) classy screen with HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution.
Samsung Wave Y
The capturing camera of the Wave Y is a 2MP fixed focus unit, capable of recording HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) videos @30fps. Again, you will find 150 Mega Bytes (MB) of built-in memory, along with microSD card support (up to 32GB). Quite logically, there is a full connectivity suite on board as well. The Wave Y is powered by a 1200 mAh battery. Its metallic body weighs a meager 102.4 grams.
The live shots of the last bada smartphone to be announced today follow.
Samsung Wave Y S5380
All three devices will have NFC capability as an option, along with Samsung's proprietary ChatON, Media Hub, and Kies services. The bada 2.0 trio will be featured at the IFC, which begins this week in Berlin. Hopefully, we will find out about their pricing and availability there.
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