It looks like a new color version is coming up for the Samsung Wave 3. You will soon be able to pick up the Bada flagship no only in black, but also in white with silver sides and back. Unfortunately, there are no official images of the new Wave 3 edition available, but these videos taken at the Samsung Roadshow in Ludwigsburg, Germany should do for the time being.
The device appears be identical to the original Wave 3 in terms of functionality, sporting the same 4-inch AMOLED display, 1.4Ghz processor and nifty aluminum construction. All of it, of course, running on the Bada 2.0 OS.
No word on availability of the white version yet, but if you'd like to check out our full review of the Wave 3 while you wait, follow this link.
Thank you, Florin!
I have an wave 1 ,plus one wave 3, I also have and iPhone, 3GS, and an android , both in the shoes box,. Wave are best phones I ever have, and Bada is the best OS I only can understand that Samsung let drop Bada for patents reasons, and I ask myse...
As a Wave 2 owner I can confirm comments that Bada is a superb OS and the sheer quality of the hardware of the device is very impressive.
Wave 1 was a superb mobile with flagship BADA OS.... Not sure y Samsung is not harnessing its BADA OS which has potential to beat Android.... Wave 3 jst has a big screen and few MB's of memory as the plus point .. i doubt if i ll go for an exchange o...