Samsung Wave S8500, the South Korean company’s first Bada OS smartphone, has just appeared in lots of live photos – ahead of its official announcement at MWC 2010.
As it turns out, the Samsung Wave S8500 is only 10.9mm thick and features about everything you’d want from a modern smartphone.
The Wave S8500 looks really nice, too, and its body is made out of aluminum, while its display is covered with tempered glass (anti-scratching).
OK, so here’s what the handset looks like:
And here are the known specs of Samsung Wave S8500:
- 3.3 inch AMOLED touchscreen display
- Bada OS with TouchWiz 3.0
- Wi-Fi b/g/n
- 3.5mm headset jack
- DivX player
- 5MP autofocus camera with flash and 720p video recording
- 1GHz CPU (probably Snapdragon)
- 2GB of internal memory
- MicroSD card slot
- 1500 mAh battery
GPS is probably somewhere in there, too.
Details about the price and release date of Samsung S8500 Wave are not known at the moment, but we’ll probably know them tomorrow or on Monday.
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