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Two more Samsung Wave phones on Bada




Two more Samsung Wave smartphones will come out in the next couple of months — the Samsung S5250 Wave 2 and Samsung S5330 Wave 2 Pro. Both handsets will also run the Bada OS and will be much cheaper than its predecessor.


Samsung S5250 Wave 2
240 x 400 pixels, 3.2 inches
100MB internal memory
up to 16GB via microSD
GPRS/EDGE
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1
3.15MP camera
FM tuner w/ FM recording
GPS w/ aGPS
Bada OS
Li-Ion battery 1200mAh
TouchWiz UI 3.0


 

Suggested retail price of Samsung S5250 Wave 2 is going to be Php8,990 and is expected to be released in 3rd week of September.

On the other hand, the Samsung S5330 Wave 2 Pro is a similarly spec-ed handset that includes a sliding full-qwerty keyboard. Yes, the specs is the same as above plus the sliding keyboard.

It will be released by October this year with a suggested retail price of Php10,490.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. Miguel says:

    Wonder why they left out the 3G radio…

  2. andrew says:

    Wow ang mura. Sana maboost nito development ng bada os.

  3. mr. bogus says:

    the cellphone are getting cheaper.. lalo na yung mga wifi cp… umaandar na ang competition…

  4. mcast says:

    Very cheap! But disappointing, only 3MP camera…probably doesn’t have auto-focus, too.

  5. simplynice93 says:

    Wow! A budget Bada phone that supports multitouch on its capacitive touchscreen. Hopefully it wont cost more than 11k.

  6. pass. expensive for a single sim phone, with a proprietary OS.

    nice try samsung, but try again.

  7. lawreas says:

    why 3g support was omitted.. sayang

  8. Ebengt0t says:

    Bagsak ang samsung pagdating sa quality. Kung gaan0 sila kabilis gumawa ng bagong unit ganun din kabilis masira. I have 4 friends who used to have Samsung phones but n0ne of them last. Matagal na yung 1 year pero sira ang speaker, keypad or deadset na.

    So for me… This is cheap.
    I mean CHEAP!

  9. Gerard says:

    @Ebengtot. Based on your experience which phone is the most durable but not too expensive. Thanks.

  10. my 2c says:

    I just bought the new Wave 525, and all I can say is that so far I am pleasantly surprised. The manual cites a lot of specs that are not published in the marketing collaterals.

    It’s got a responsive capacitative screen that supports multi-touch (eg zooming in and out), a decent camera with a surprising list of special abilities (face detection, smile shutter, panorama, continuous shots, but no flash though, a MAJOR irritant), an accelerator sensor that allows you to shift from portrait to landscape, allowing additional features and “moving” pictures, an amazing audio (5.1 via 3.5mm standard plug!), good speakers, /n wifi, and a nice simplistic form factor that gives it a more adult/premium look (not like the “kiddie” Corby). And if you are into the social-network thing, you will find useful its ability to combine all your tweets and mails and wall posts into one interface.

    The down sides are the limited-res screen (well, compared to other higher-end smartphones) and no 3G (so no video calls). It is also not an Android. It uses Bada instead, so hard-core Android fans may get disappointed if they can’t find a version of their favorite apps. But so far, Bada looks pretty ok. Maybe Samsung will release tons of free stuff for it so that it can take market share away from Android. Also, the Dolfin web browser takes some getting used to.

    My 2 cent’s worth on this is that it is the best smartphone currently available in this price range, bar none. It even beats some of the more expensive entry-level smartphones like the LG Optimus GT540 and Samsung Galaxy 5.

    I’ll try to return in a month or two to give a follow-up.

    • jover says:

      that’s awesome. haven’t purchase the phone but am pretty excited to have it. perfect for my everyday use. Looking forward to purchase n my next payday/.

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