Finally, the wait is over. Samsung Electronics Co. has finally come forward with the latest device featuring their bada 2.0 platform. The handset, called the Samsung Wave 3, or the Samsung S8600 (named as a sequel to the previous Wave S8500), has been finally announced and is sure to spread in countries as Germany, Russia, Italy and other global markets this year for sale, after being introduced in France. Read on for specifications and review.
We all know of how the bada 2.0 has evolved from the bada 1.0, and the interesting and amazing features which have been incorporated to the bada 2.0 platform. Not only does bada 2.0 make the handset interesting and appealing, but also adds that extra touch of glamour and addiction.
Major Specifications of Wave 3
Display: WVGA display of 4 inch, Super AMOLED
Operating System: bada 2.0
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512 MB (internal), 4 GB (external)
Dimensions: 125.9 x 64.2 x 9.9 mm
Weight: 127 g
Camera: 5 MP with auto-focus and LED flash
Video Recording: HD (720p) at 30 fps
Sensors: Compass, Light, Accelerometer, Proximity
Value-Added Features: Music Hub, Polaris Office, A-GPS
Why Wave 3?
There are many reasons why a bada user, or even a new user should consider Wave 3 as a good option to purchase. Some of them may be described as follows:
- Enhanced features and performance with bada 2.0 platform
- Increased style quotient
- Better processor and memory
- Increased apps and services
But, at the end, it all depends on the price of the handset. Being a comparative new-comer in the mobile industry, bada 2.0 handsets should be given some price reasonable enough for consideration. Good features, reliable quality and affordable price is what people seek in handsets.