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Samsung Wave II Available in India

For those people over in India who have been waiting for the release of the successor to the Samsung Wave smartphone, the Samsung Wave II, the Bada OS spotting handset is now available for you to purchase.

According to an article over on PC World by Jayesh Shinde, Samsung hasn’t changed much with the Samsung Wave II due to attempting to keep “the essence of a winning formula pretty much intact.”

Spec wise the Samsung Wave II offers the user a bigger display than its predecessor at 3.7 inches and forgoes the Super AMOLED opting to user a Super Clear Display and if you wish to check out the differences between Super AMOLED and Super Clear LCD you can do so by hitting up (here)

Other specs on the Samsung Wave II include a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, 720p video, 2GB built-in memory, microSD expansion up to 32GB, WiFi, Bluetooth, FM radio,, 3.5mm jack and of course Bada 1.2 OS.

For those wishing to purchase the Samsung Wave II there are two online retailers offering the smartphone, Flipkart and Univercell for an asking price of Rs. 18999, and the device should hit stores across India throughout this week.

And just so you know what you are thinking of purchasing we have a short video demo of the Samsung Wave II for your viewing pleasure below courtesy of Mobile-review, so mash that play button and check it out…enjoy.

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    Hiren Sharma says:

    I have already bought the Samsung Wave 8500 recently from mnvcollections.com and it is a good phone. Now I am planning to buy Samsung Wave 8530 for my wife from the same site, because I had a good experience with them and I also liked what I have read about it so far.

    Using the Bada OS takes a bit of time. It is an interesting phone to use, and I am still understanding some of the apps in the phone. For touchscreen users, this is a nice option. I am glad I bought it, though there are many people who keep saying that Nokia has better touchscreen models

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