Two of the next Bada-driven Samsung smartphones, the S7230E Wave 723 and the S5330 Wave 2 Pro, are about to start selling any moment now in Spain (and probably in much more countries across Europe and the globe).
Apart from packing a side-slide QWERTY keyboard, the Bada-powered smartphone also features a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen (of WQVGA resolution) with multi-touch support as well as a 3MP snapper, a microSD memory card slot, an inbuilt GPS receiver, 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Speaking of connectivity, the phone only comes with 2G support (quad-band GSM/EDGE) on board.
The device showed up on The Phone House Spain website and it is expected to start selling soon for 239 euro.
As far as the recently announced Samsung Wave 723, it has the same 3.2" TFT screen found on the Wave 533 and runs the same operating system (Bada OS). You won't find a hardware QWERTY keyboard here but you get a better (5 megapixel) camera and support for 3G.
You can take a look at some Wave 723 live shots we took during this year's IFA. Just follow that link.
The Phone House Spain is expecting to get 279 euro for the Wave 723.
cant stand the way this looks the original wave is absolutly beautiful but this looks just like the toco lite which is a hideous phone samsung sort it out!
sounds cool! luks cool! am sure i wil buy it...
Good timing. We need more bada devices. Now how about a flagship model? W 3.7inch screen,1.3ghz dual processor, 8mp camera, 1080p video. Please