Samsung Wave 3 Review
Samsung Wave 3 is recently released and the phone is powered by the new operating system, Bada 2.0. Samsung is arguably the most important manufacturers of Android devices and it is now trying to release its own mobile platform. In 2011, the Korean company renewed its focus on the operating system. The Samsung Wave 3 is a 4” Super-AMOLED WVGA display with 1.4GHz processor. The phone has 5Mp rear-facing camera and VGA front-facing camera, the camera comes with features such as, image stabilization, touch focus, blink, face and smile detection and geo-tagging. The Samsung Wave 3 features essential options like GPRS, 14.4Mbps HSDPA and 5.76Mbps HSUPA; other connectivity options are Wi-Fi 802.11, Wi-Fi tethering, Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP. The phone has 4GB internal storage and it supports up to 32GB of MicroSD slot. The phone is powered by a 1500 mAh battery, which provides 21 days of stand-by time and nearly 9 hours of talk time.
Overall, the Bada 2.0 OS provides a unique experience and it can be a fresh change who is tired of using the user interface, offered by Android and iOS. The Samsung Wave 3 may not be a state-of-the-art device, but its uniqueness can certainly lure some people. Unfortunately, the phone may not be adequate for apps-junkie, because there are still very little apps available for the OS. The overall design of the phone is similar to Samsung’s Android models, which certainly fool some of the less informed consumers.