The Wave is the first of Samsung's smartphones to be launched on its proprietary OS, Bada. The Bada platform gives users the option to download a variety of apps from Samsung apps. The handset claims to have the world’s first Super AMOLED display, at 3.3-inches wide, with less reflection and high-res WVGA screen. The high-speed CPU makes multitasking a breeze, and the Wave comes with an Integrated Social Hub that directly integrates email and SNS into the phone. Other features include a tactile touchscreen, multiwidgets, pinch and zoom and a quick notification panel. Add on up to 15 hours talktime, 2GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB and a 5-meg camera with LED flash, and you’ve got a handset that’s a multimedia magnet.

Rs 19,100


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