Samsung has been very successful in the smartphone market with phones like the Galaxy S and Jet. Now, the company is trying to strengthen its position even further with the launch of Samsung Wave. The Samsung S8500 is an extremely popular handset recording over a million sales in the first month since its inception. Another bold step taken by Samsung is launching its own Bada operating system to compete like Android and Windows OS and it seems to be paying off if the sales figures are any clues.
Samsung Wave powered by ARM Cortex A8 1GHz and uses TouchWiz user interface Samsung 3.0. It features a 3.3-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display that supports 16 million colors and has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. High-end features such as sensor detector for auto-rotation, proximity sensor for auto-turn off, multi-touch input, smart open are part of a package.
The Samsung S8500 boasts a 5 mega pixel high resolution camera that can capture 2592 X 1944 pixel resolution and record video at 30 frames per second. Camera features include auto focus, LED flash, geo-tagging, face and smile detection, video stability, touch-focus, video light, etc. In addition to cameras is also provided for video recording.
Like most smartphones these days, Wave also offers social networking. Applications such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter are available in advance or can be downloaded from the App Store. Other applications include digital compass, image editor, organizer, Samsung Mobile Navigator, etc. Multimedia equipment is available in the music player format that can play MP3 / WAV / WMA / EAAC + file formats and players that can play MP4 / WMV / Xvid / DivX file formats. Users can also access the internet with the help of Dolfin browser that supports HTML, WAP 2.0 / xHTML which means that all pages will be available in high resolution.
Samsung Wave is a great phone and is relatively cheap among its competitors. Also, Samsung is very introducing its Bada platform with various competitions which means that the App Store should soon start buzzing with new apps and games.
Source by Aniket Kambale