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Mark Peters : February 24th 2011 - 23:30 CET

Samsung Bada 2


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SamsungSamsung Bada 2.0 mobile operating system : Samsung Mobile announced at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona the new Bada 2.0 platform. The improved version of Samsungs Smartphone operating system includes support for Near Field Communication (NFC), HTML 5 and Wholesale Applications Community - as well as voice recognition and multitasking. Near Field Communication allows the Smartphone to read information off of everyday objects like stickers and posters which are embedded with NFC chips, meaning that payments can be made using the Smartphone in retail outlets. Samsung has also improved the user experience on the Bada platform with a personalized lock-screen, layout management and 3D sound.
Samsung Bada 2

Samsung Bada 2
Samsung Bada 2 comes with a new and improved Software Development Kit (SDK), opening up the Bada platform to more developers working across different operating systems. The Bada SDK from Samsung includes additional features such as an advanced code analyzer as well as a faster simulator, allowing developers more insight into the performance of their apps. The Samsung Bada 2 announcement was made during the Bada Developer Day, which was attended by over 200 developers from around the world. The Samsung Bada Developer Day was held as part of the ADC (Application Developer Conference) at App Planet, an event hosted at Mobile World Congress in Spain. Samsung has hosted Bada Developer Day in more than 40 countries, consistently drawing interest from and engaging with Bada developers.

Samsung Bada 2 apps

Samsung Bada 2 apps development
The Samsung Bada Developer Day at MWC 2011 marked the anniversary of the launch of the first Bada based Smartphone, the Samsung Wave, while also serving as an opportunity to look at the past year’s results. Bada Apps developers were told about how Samsung Apps (Samsung’s application store) has grown with the success of the Samsung Wave Smartphones. The total number of Bada apps downloads worldwide is shortly expected to surpass 80 million, demonstrating the rising popularity of Samsung Bada apps among Smartphone users.

Bada 2

Samsung Bada 2 platform
“We are delighted with the success of the original Bada platform, which was launched at Mobile World Congress last year. We have looked to build on this with Bada 2 by creating a versatile and robust Smartphone platform capable of continuing the success of its popular predecessor. We have Also created and strengthened an eco-system around Bada, ensuring developers are able to create the Bada apps our customers need and want”, said J.K. Shin, President & Head of Samsung’s Mobile Business.

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