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Samsung Wave Smartphone
Mark Peters : February 25th 2010 - 14:45 CET
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SamsungSamsung Wave Bada Smartphone : One of the biggest and most remarkable booths at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona was Samsung’s. It was remarkable and majestic, and at the same time with a spectacular introduction of the Samsung Wave, Samsung’s first Bada smartphone with a amazing Super AMOLED display. And despite its large surface area, Samsung managed to keep the whole thing well-organized. The different software Apps in combination with the new Samsung Wave Smartphone were displayed separately, each with a Samsung employee for the necessary text and explanation. This way, all the extensive function and application possibilities that a modern cell phone has these days, were well presented.

Samsung Wave Smartphone

Samsung Wave Smartphone
The Samsung Wave Bada Smartphone was the highlight of the Samsung booth and will be candidate for best Smartphones launched in 2010, but there were more mobile phones and new Samsung products to be found. There were three versions of the Samsung Shark phones displayed, a row of popular Samsung Corby phones, Samsung Monte bar and Samsung Monte Slider, and different software Applications were shown and we could marvel at Samsung’s first Long Term Evolution netbook.

Samsung LTE netbook

Samsung LTE Netbook
The Samsung N150 is actually making a head start on the technology that is currently available. The Samsung LTE netbook supports HSPA 3G and Wi-Fi, but now also LTE. Long Term Evolution is the newest mobile Internet technology and seems to be an ideal solution for the user that is on the road a lot and frequently has to work via the cell phone. The combination of high speed, a powerful processor and an extra long battery life of about 8.5 hours make the Samsung N150 netbook an interesting mobile work solution for both pleasure and business user.

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