Samsung Wave 3 Goes Official; Features Bada 2.0 OS, 4″ Super AMOLED Display, 1.4GHz CPU

Samsung Wave 3  Samsung Wave 3

A few days ago, we reported that Samsung will be showcasing its upcoming smartphone in Wave portfolio, the Samsung Wave 3. Well, the manufacturer has officially announced the Bada OS powered Samsung Wave 3 handset ahead of the IFA 2011 event, which is set to take place in Berlin. Samsung Wave 3 has got some pretty good specifications and up-to-date hardware.

Samsung Wave 3 will be shipping with the newly launched Bada 2.0 OS. Wrapped up in a metal body, the Wave 3 handset measuring at just 9.9mm thickness and weighs at 122 grams of size. It is sporting a 4-inch Super AMOLED display WVGA display with 480 X 800 pixels of resolution skinned with Samsung TouchWiz UI customizations. It has got a 5MP rear-facing camera with LED flash to record 720p videos @ 30 fps and there is also a VGA 0.3MP front-facing camera for video chat purpose. Connectivity wise, it is featuring 14.4Mbps HSDPA speeds, Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 Wi-Fi b/g/n, micro USB 2.0, Wi-Fi Direct and its 1500mAh battery will provide 8.5 hours of talk time. Wave 3 can also connect to Russian satellite system Glonass, and it will come pre-installed with he new Samsung ChatON app messaging services. There will be 3GB microSD card in the box plus 32GB memory expansion support via microSD card slot.

Read: Samsung Wave 3 Full Specifications.

Samsung Wave 3

Samsung Wave 3

The new Bada 2.0 OS brings a set of new capabilities including multi-tasking, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC, Flash, HTML 5, voice recognitions and many other goodies. Samsung hasn’t confirmed the launch details of the Wave 3 handset, but the handset will be officially demoed at the IFS event.

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