Do you know anything about Bada OS? Have you heard about it? If not, then here’s a bit of info: Bada OS is a mobile operating system that is being developed by Samsung Electronics for its smartphones. This was first introduced last November 10, 2009 and according to Korea Herald, this OS is set to challenge Google’s Android phone platform.
However, the phone handsets which will be based on this OS are expected to be displayed early in the first half of 2010. So, if you are excited about trying this new mobile operating system, then you better watch out for the release of the first Bada-based phone on April 2010 – the Samsung Wave S8500.
One of Mobile World Congress’ first smartphones which is expected to debut early this year is the new Wave 8500 from Samsung. It’s the first to ship not only with a Bada OS but also with Bluetooth 3.0. It’s full-packed with other great features such as 802.11n WiFi, TouchWiz 3.0, and 3.3-inch Super AMOLED display. As for the internal, it boasts a 5 megapixel camera, aGPS, 2GB or 8GB of internal memory, 1GHz processor, multi-codec support for DivX, XviD, MP3 and WMV, micro-SD expansion slot, and support for virtual 5.1 surround sound and 720p recording/decoding.
There is really a lot to look forward to in this first Bada OS phone. Unfortunately, there’s still no word about pricing so you won’t be able to compare it to other mobile phones just yet. But for now, you can always check other Samsung Smartphone at Amazon to see more options.
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