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The Samsung Wave 2 Pro (S5330) is a mid-range smartphone similar to the Samsung Wave 2 (S5250) .

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The Samsung Wave 2 Pro (S5330) is a mid-range smartphone similar to the Samsung Wave 2 (S5250). The only real improvement that the Wave 2 Pro can boast over the Wave 2 is a full 4-line QWERTY keyboard. Otherwise, the Wave 2 Pro is practically identical to the Wave 2, featuring: Samsung's Baba OS, a 3.2-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with WQVGA resolution, quad-band GPRS/EDGE support (lacks 3G), 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and a 3 megapixel camera.

The Wave 2 Pro's Baba OS features a social hub which collects all contact communications (whether by IM, text, email or through social network sites) and displays them in one place while its TouchWiz 3.0 user interface provides the Wave 2 Pro with a intuitive overall environment. Additionally, the Wave 2 Pro's full QWERTY keyboard is a helpful addition for those who aren't comfortable with virtual keyboards.

Features

 

  • Bada OS, TouchWiz 3.0 UI
  • 3.2-inch TFT LCD touchscreen with WQVGA resolution
  • Quad-band GPRS/EDGE support
  • 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1
  • A-GPS
  • 3 megapixel camera with video recorder
  • 80MB of internal storage, expandable to 16GB via microSD
  • Full pull-out QWERTY keyboard
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Anonymous
11/03/2010 04:43

is bada os better than android??
how is touchscreen durablity?
is there an inbox capacity problem in this too??
how is video recording quality??

Anonymous
11/03/2010 04:43

is bada os better than android??
how is touchscreen durablity?
is there an inbox capacity problem in this too??
how is video recording quality??

Yale

Yale

11/03/2010 05:39

Haven't heard anything about Bada since reading about and reviewing the #samsung_s8500_wave
Didn't even know it made it to market (has it even?), and I hadn't heard about the Wave 2 at all. I'mma call it - Bada is DOA. Samsung probably have their their hands full designing many more successful phones with WP7 and Android operating systems to even bother keeping up development (something they can't seem to keep up with with much more successful devices). If you're set on a Samsung, I'd suggest one of their many highly regarded top-tier Android offerings.

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