Samsung has launched Wave II (S8530) with bada OS in India. bada is Samsung’s proprietary OS and with its Wave series of mobiles that use bada, the company is seeking to provide users with a connected, fast and intuitive smartphone experience.
Ranjit Yadav, the country head of Samsung Mobile and IT, says, “New Wave II enhances consumers’ smartphone experience with advanced entertainment, communication, push e mail, display and superior usability.”
Samsung Wave II is equipped with a 1 GHz processor that enables multimedia, multi tasking and application downloads from Samsung’s own app store.
With a 3.7 inch LCD display, Samsung Wave II offers a bright view, improved outdoor visibility and a wide viewing angle.
Samsung Wave II features Quicktype by T9 which is an easy way to input text. Instead of punching in letters, users with Quicktype T9 just need to swipe their finger in a continuous motion over the letters of the word, and the mobile intuitively spells out the word being typed.
Wave II has a 5 mega pixel camera with LED flash and a 1,500 mAh battery. The memory of Samsung Wave II is expandable up to 32 GB and the phone, along with a 2 GB memory card, costs Rs 21,000.
There are five models of Samsung bada phones available for between Rs 8,800 and Rs 21,000.