Samsung Wave smartphone

The Samsung Wave is a great debut for the Bada OS, although only a limited number of apps are currently available

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    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 599.00 (AUD)

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Camera, Display, Longlivety
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i use the phone now for almost 2 years and its a really GREAT phone, it has a great camera with HD video recorder.

a great display and its one of the best phones i had in a while, the phone fall out of my hands about a 50 times and didnt take any damage just a few little scratches

its a vrey grat phone and the BADA OS is pretty fine, i just upgradet it to BADA 2.0 and WOW its amazing i feel like having a completley new phone

i recommen evreybody who hasnt updated it already to download "Samsung Kies" and connect the Phone to the PC it will ask you if you want to update your firmware and in about 20 mins you have BADA 2.0 ( you can look up on youtube how it looks )

i really like this phone and i recommend it to evreybody.

i have it now for 2 years and i am thinking about to get a new phone, but i just cant find a phone that can replace the Wave

if you have ( or want to buy ) make sure you update to BADA 2.0

i hope i helped somebody with his decision

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