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Mark Peters : September 20th 2011 - 10:21 CET
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SamsungSamsung Wave M Smartphone : At the IFA 2011 consumer fair in Germany, Samsung mobile has launched a new Bada 2.0 smartphone; the Samsung Wave M. Chat-ON is Samsung’s new communication service that works across all major phones. A global cross-platform communication service links all your contacts instantly. The Samsung Wave M Bada Smartphone allows users to keep up-to-date with their social lives with ChatON and Social Hub. The new Samsung Wave M smartphone will be available for retail in Q4 / 2011.

Samsung Wave M

Samsung Wave M
The Samsung Wave M is equipped with a 5 Megapixel auto-focus digital camera with LED flash and a VGA front camera. The Samsung Wave M features a wide 3.65” HVGA display made from tempered glass packed into a stylish metallic body. The new Samsung Wave M Bada 2.0 smartphone lets users stay socially connected from everywhere. ChatON, streamlined messaging feeds, enhanced on-the-go web browsing and Wi-Fi applications deliver a seamless mobile experience. Wi-Fi Direct and NFC (optional) add further functionality. Read all the technical specifications of the Samsung Wave M Bada 2.0 smartphone.

Samsung smartphone apps

Samsung Smartphone apps
Samsung Apps, an integrated application store for Samsung smartphones, is also available. With an improved user interface and enhanced store features, Samsung Apps offers a wide variety of smartphone applications from globally well-known content to locally-customized applications.

Wave M

Samsung Wave M review and price
As soon as we receive a Samsung Wave M test sample, we will publish a picture gallery with high resolution photos, followed by an in-depth Samsung Wave M review. Samsung Wave M price info is not yet available.

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