Bada-powered Wave 725 Smartphone from Samsung
July 13th, 2011 by Dipak Sarda

Samsung Mobile Logo Samsung Wave 725

Samsung is all set to launch another mid-range smartphone featuring its own inhouse Bada OS called as Wave 725. The smartphone will be powered by Bada 2.0 OS which has been thought to be vanished.

The Wave 725 will be featuring a 3.65-inch HVGA capacitive display, a VGA front-facing camera, a five-megapixel rear camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi as well as NFC.

Bundled with Bada 2.0 are fabulous features like NFC support, an enhanced user interface, multi tasking as well as improved security. Above all, the price will be kept low which is like icing on the cake.

Currently, Samsung is the only manufacturer which runs its devices on different number of platforms. Samsung boasts devices running on Symbian, Android as well as Windows Phone in addition to its own Bada OS. However, most of the company’s revenue is made from the former.

The Wave 725 is anticipated to be out in Q3 2011. The other side of Bada phones is that they are not up to the mark in terms of performance, functionality or few other features. As such, they will have to face cutting-edge challenge given the fact that Samsung will be forced by the competition to come up with more efficient and cheaper Android devices by this year end.

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