The Samsung Wave, the first Bada powered handset of Samsung was launched last year. The Samsung Wave contains stellar screen (S-AMOLED), killer hardware specifications and available at low price, so it was one of the most popular handsets in 2010. Samsung Wave smartphone is powered with Bada Operating System. Samsung assured that the Bada 1.2 update will be available soon in future for all the Wave users.
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The Samsung Wave handset is already a huge hit worldwide and 2 million units of this powerful smartphone is managed to be sold by Samsung. Samsung Wave includes a 3.3 inch Super AMOLED display, BADA operating system, 3G Connectivity, 1GHz processor, 5 megapixel camera with HD (720p) video recording, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, microSD memory card slot, 32GB expandable memory, Built-in GPS receiver, 3.5mm audio jack, and many more.
Lots of changes such as the usual performance and stability improvements along with bug fixes will be brought in the Bada 1.2 update for the Samsung Wave. Some new pre-installed widgets like Yahoo search is also suggested by Bada forums all over the Internet. A new keyboard, T9 Trace keyboard, will be also installed on the handset by the update. The keyboard is similar to Android’s keyboard Swype, where users need to swipe their fingers through the alphabets for writing.
FLAC format will get support in the music player, the battery life and GPS performance of the device will improve with Bada 1.2 update. There is no more information about real release date for the Samsung Wave Bada 1.2 update except for the early next year part. The Samsung KIES software is required to update the handset to Bada 1.2.