Samsung today announced the launch of the Samsung Wave (Model: S8500) at the Mobile World Congress 2010. This is the first mobile handset to be released on Samsung’s new, open mobile platform, Samsung bada, and the cornerstone of the company’s commitment to provide a smartphone for every lifestyle.
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The Samsung Wave S8500 offers a Super AMOLED 3.3-inch display, a Social Hub to bring you closer to your contacts and connections, and TouchWiz 3.0 for an intuitive and hugely customizable user interface.
The S8500 1Ghz CPU ensures swift, smooth application experiences and multi-tasking, making the device an always-on mobile multimedia companion.
Other feature highlights of the S8500 include HD video (720p), Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi 802.11n standard.
The biggest highlight is probably the new OLED screen. The S8500 is featuring the world’s first Super AMOLED display; delivering an unrivalled screen experience on a smartphone. The Super AMOLED offers much brighter, clearer, and less reflective AMOLED OnCell display, featuring a high resolution WVGA (800x480 pixels) screen with mDNIe (mobile Digital Natural Image engine) technology. DNIe technology is proven display technology which incorporated to Samsung’s LCD TV and LED TV lineups.
With a free viewing angle and super fast response, the Samsung Wave display provides superb image quality for viewing both videos and photos.
The Samsung Wave S8500 will be available globally from April 2010. See also the new Samsung I8520 Projector Phone.
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