The first Bada phone - Wave - has just hit the market, but Samsung is already preparing its successors. Wave 2 and the QWERTY-packed Wave 2 Pro will be unveiled tomorrow along with Windows-based Omnia Pro 4.
There is no information on any of these phones except their names and operating systems. The Omnia Pro 4 can be the company's first Windows Phone 7 device - but that's a wild guess, really.
Samsung is going to present a bunch of Android phones too - the already available Galaxy S, the recently announced I5500 Corby Smartphone and one unknown device. The latter might turn to be the retail Samsung I8520 Beam - the projector-featuring gadget shown at MWC 2010.
All these phones along with some WiMax devices will be presented within the CommunicAsia 2010, which starts tomorrow.
Samsung is making the iphone 4
iphone owned them all.....until google nexus one came....
what the hell is wrong with u ppl......i love samsung.......i dont like nokia that much....cuz there is no nokia phone up to date that dont have a flaw in it.....e.g n95-1, horrible battery...same with n96....n78 keypad....n82 keypad......e71 camera....