Samsung Wave 3 Will have Bada 2.0
The Android mobile operating system is so popular right now. In fact, it is arguably the most popular smartphone mobile platform that is used by multiple phone manufacturers. Androidâ€™s popularity has gotten to a point that other operating systems are simply being forgotten. For example, Samsung may be one of the top manufacturers of Android powered phones but it actually has its own proprietary operating system, the Bada.
Samsung has realized that developing the Bada is a good strategy and it has focused on developing it into a competitive mobile platform that should be able to compete with the top mobile platforms right now â€“ Android and iOS. In fact, Samsung is penetrating certain markets successfully using Bada, making it a strong competitor in the market. He company is now planning to strengthen its position more by releasing the Samsung Wave 3, which was recently launched in France.
The Samsung Wave 3 features a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, a single core processor clocked at 1.4Ghz. It also has a 5MP rear camera, a VGA front camera and comes with HSPA+ connectivity. The Wave 3 is also a world phone so you can bring it with you when you travel to any point in the world. Aside from France, countries like Germany, Italy and Russia will also get the phone by the end of the year.
The Bada mobile platform is already on version 2.0, and has evolved into a really reliable operating system that actually looks a lot like Android. The speculation is that Samsung ill install Bada on good looking phones andÂ market it to consumers who are not really particular about whatâ€™s under the hood of their phones.