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Samsung Wave – It’s Out And It’s Good!

By Mark Walters

All cell phone users are not created equal. Some people seek out phones that can do everything but wash the windows, while others simply wish to talk on them with a few conveniences thrown in. The Samsung Wave is phone that meets consumers halfway. It is a mid range model that finds a comfortable balance between being a smartphone and a phone that focuses on practicality.

A screen large enough to read without a microscope is a requirement of any cell phone regardless of whether it is a multimedia wonder center or simply a means to call the folks. There are not too many models out there that can match the Wave in this department, probably due to the fact it can brag about a 3.3 inch display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It also supports an overwhelming 16 million colors, all of which administers clarity that even the highest quality phones can’t even reproduce. The display is a touch screen that is much more accurate than prior Samsung models, so it is apparent the company has addressed a pressing issue.

With such a vibrant, beautiful picture, one can easily imagine how crisply web pages are rendered. Photographs are snapped with a 5-megapixel camera. Though not the highest megapixel count available, features like touch to focus, Geo-tagging, and face and smile detection make the camera more than adequate. Videos are shot in 720p at 30 frames per second, placing the Wave’s capabilities amongst the best available on any phone, regardless of price. And just to cover all of the photographic bases, a front facing camera is included as well.

Not only do web pages show up brilliantly on the Wave’s potent display, the user can access them at incredible speeds. The handset’s connectivity is remarkable, featuring 3G, EDGE, GPRS, and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ network availability. Keeping up with Facebook, Twitter, obtaining maps, and reading the day’s headlines has never been faster than with the Hummingbird 1 GHz processor in the Samsung Wave. A drop-down notification bar provides email notifications and grants easy access to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and volume settings.

The Bada OS has never been on the market before, so the number of available applications is still relatively small. Consisting of 150 apps at the moment, there are thousands more waiting in the wings. Patience is a virtue in this case, because as the Bada technology becomes more widespread and appears on more and more phones, additional apps will appear.

Right now, the Samsung Wave is not intended to be the beginning and end of smartphones. It is meant to provide customers with a phone that melds functionality with the basic conveniences found on luxury smartphone models. Being number one in the world comes later.

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Walters, Mark "Samsung Wave – It’s Out And It’s Good!." Samsung Wave – It’s Out And It’s Good!. 2 Jul. 2010. 12 Feb 2016 <>.

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