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Samsung's first Bada OS smartphone leaked

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 Feb 2010 22:30 User comments (5)

Samsung's first Bada OS smartphone leaked Samsung's first Bada OS phone has been leaked today, dubbed the Wave, and featuring 720p video recording among other notable features.
The touchscreen device has a 3.3-inch Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz processor, 5MP camera, 2GB internal memory, and 802.11n Wi-Fi. The display is said to be "incredibly" vibrant and removes all outdoor visibility issues.

Bada has the apps menu, contacts, and calling always pinned on the homescreen, and widgets are available for news, weather and more. Multi-touch is standard.

The phone should ship in April.


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5 user comments

114.2.2010 5:32

Why always say "leaked" do you think we are all brain dead.Its Corporate Marketing.Just an attempt to try and get people excited.Sad

214.2.2010 9:44

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......and 802.11n Wi-Fi.
It's probably not going to be on Verizon's network.

Any one know who's going to get it ?

315.2.2010 2:22

Truly a "BADA"(big) phone .

420.2.2010 1:33

Originally posted by NHS2008:
Truly a "BADA"(big) phone .


You should also specify the language in which "Bada" means Big. It gives an indication to the reader about the target market and its importance to Samsung.

It is Hindi and the target market is India.

520.2.2010 3:45

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Originally posted by NHS2008:
Truly a "BADA"(big) phone .


You should also specify the language in which "Bada" means Big. It gives an indication to the reader about the target market and its importance to Samsung.

It is Hindi and the target market is India.
umm...you are right about the meaning in hindi. Mr.Shah ( meaning king!). But in this case. the word 'bada' is derived from the Korean word for ocean. And considering its specs, Its certainly not aimed at us(Indians) but east Asia and Europe.
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