As the first handset to run Samsung’s very own operating system, Bada, the Wave was set to be one of the most exciting releases of 2010. Alongside the various other features of Samsung phones that make them such a joy to use this phone was seemingly going to be a model that could front the market for some time. A risky maneuver perhaps on the part of Samsung but with an operating system supported by a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, also developed by Samsung, the design of the software would have to go seriously awry for this handset to be a disappointment.
The phone has stylish, high quality look about it, with its thin chassis and Super AMOLED 480x800px screen dominating the front of the body. The technology put into this screen has surprised many users of the other Samsung phones that have adopted it.
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The Samsung Touchwiz system is something that is also unique to Samsung and whilst it is intuitive, it takes some experience to navigate around it efficiently and become aware of all of its functions. The aim of the game in the contemporary smart phone market seems to be individuality and the Wave has been a blatant attempt at just that. Whilst the external design of a phone seems to be governed by the fleeting winds of fashion, operating systems seemed to be driven by a slightly more complex genius.
By developing their own operating systems, Touchwiz technology and processing power Samsung have created a model that stands completely on its own in the market.
A high quality, high end, high spec handset, the Wave manages to retain the necessary features of a good smart phone whilst expressing a unique personality.
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