any knows the exact ram of this phone?
its not given in d specs.............................................................................................................................................
irvinehooi, 26 Oct 2010Wow it been long time never visit GSMarena.com
Yeah it's good to have so many people jealous ... more@irvinehooi -
But it is sad to see this forum also degenerate like iPhone. Too many people posting unsubstantiated criticism, instead of using this forum to help others.
Off course the Wave can not compete with the N8. Never mind the better hardware/specs the N8 has, but look at the OS! Symbian has been developed by the biggest cell company out there for almost 10 years. It is very streamlined by now. If a Symbian user complains about speed he means a different thing altogether because he is used to a different thing. Even Android is more popular then Bada. (Of course symbian is at the top popularity wise and has been there long before Bada and Android and Apple come along) Facts are facts and only fools will ignore them. Just look at the number of times the N8 site has been visited and the number of votes the N8 has and compare that with any other cell (never mind the S8500Wave/Bada). And keep in mind, the N8 is for less then 1 month on the market ! ! !
Firoz, 26 Oct 2010I own a Wave for last 3 months, battery is a little let down but due to its high specification... moreI didn't face any charging issues with my wave and for the low memory alert it is a software related and it's been solved in the latest firmware although it was only an alert that rarely occurs and does not affect the great experience of using the wave.
wave 2 will be introduced to the market only because samsung has a shortage in the super amoled screens supply .
Wow it been long time never visit GSMarena.com
Yeah it's good to have so many people jealous about WAVE. And that's proved that WAVE is out perform compare to others.
User have eye to see what is going on. Even they not coming to GSMArena.com, there is still other place for the to source about WAVE.
So people, don't waste your time to type those non-sense in this forum. And this will populate the WAVE and it forum.
Bada is performing so well in it current state and it App Store. Everyone is awaiting Bada OS 1.2
Bada OS is so popular now. Sooner or later, Samsung will bring their Bada OS to it LCD / LED TV Series.
Thanks for jealous. :)
I own a Wave for last 3 months, battery is a little let down but due to its high specifications, it is best bcoz i have used iphone and it only lasted a day so 2 days on Wave is good. Only problem is the low memory problem alerts and battery heating up while charging. I have checked with the owner of the shop whom i have bought Wave and he told me that people are having major issues with Wave so they have given it to the service centres but due to unavailability of its parts and solutions, Samsung has refunded many Wave owners full amount of their purchase or asked them to buy any other Samsung model.
I think, Samsung will discontinue Wave and will focus on Wave 2. I m good with Wave and will look forward to BADA updates.
Roland, 26 Oct 2010I too am a bit disappointed with the wave. I was used from the nokia to have auto screen dinin... moreThen get yourself an N8 so you'll stop complaining (i doubt it if you won't have any complains with the N8).
Saurav, 24 Oct 2010Okay you wanna hear glitches of Wave, here it goes.. 1- Samsung Apps, this app store is a sup... morebeen using wave for two months now and i'd say it's the best phone i've ever had.
I too am a bit disappointed with the wave. I was used from the nokia to have auto screen dining but this model is a irritating pain when it comes to that.i constantly have to change the screen brightnes. Another issue is the place of the sim card. On the N8 one can change it in a flash but with the wave . . . And lastly the Bada OS is indeed a big let down. Not that much in the way it works but in the way how is supported by the programmers. One does not get much software for it :-(
[deleted post]Why do we have to get out of wave? Wave is an amazing phone!!! You get out of the forum!!!
[deleted post]You're a samsung employee? Wow, how come i never experience any problem with my wave? I love my wave, and still loving it more!!!!
[deleted post]Wave is still the best phone!!!! regardless of what you say!
wave for sale 17days old.um selling one of my wave as i hv havng 2 f thm nd lukng 4wd to buy galaxy.any1 interst.do reply um 4m chandigarh(india).14500inr
PHILIPPINES, 26 Oct 2010Guys is your samsung wave made in china or korea?It is made in Korea
JT, 25 Oct 2010Thank YOu for ure share,but do you really understand our problem..Wel I dont hv any problem to... morehi, i believe that you have the firmware version JH1. if i'm not wrong, it happen to JH1 only, because I have 2 wave with 2 different firmware version. I called to samsung services center and the latest firmware version they have is only JF3. Sad...
[deleted post]vG1xx is repeating the same lies again and again aaand again ,and this behavior indicates the presence of one of these possibilities:
1.he is child below 15 years old owns nokia phone but had seen the super amoled screen and the speedy bada os performance so he became very jealous.
2.he was a normal man but after years of using symbian his brain became as laggy and buggy as symbian so he can't see the power of bada.
3.he was threatened buy his boss in nokia company that if he does not attack and bash the samsung wave he will ..............................
[deleted post]I fully agree with you. This was the worst Samsung cell I ever had. Bada OS is going nowhere. Very buggy. Symbian3 and Android is the way to go . . .
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Symbian: 203 million handsets, 39 percent of the market; Google Android: 76 million handsets, 14.5 percent of the market; Apple iPhone OS: 71.5 million handsets, 13.7 percent of the market; Windows Mobile: 66.8 million handsets, 12.8 percent of the market; RIM BlackBerry OS: 65.25 million handsets, 12.5 percent of the market; Linux variants: 28 million handsets, 5.4 percent of the market; Palm webOS: 11 million handsets, 2.1 percent of the market.
Database giant Oracle has launched a legal action against Google, alleging that the company infringes seven patents it owns related to Java.
Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, was formerly a chief technical officer for Sun Microsystems. Sun Microsystems was bought by Oracle.
The move is interesting because when Sun Microsystems was a separate entity it promoted Java as an open source option.
Google never formally took out a licence from Sun Microsystems, while Java is widely used in a large number of applications created by other vendors. The law suit will cause other manufacturers to wonder whether Oracle will start a patent hunt against them.
The move prompted the Wall Street Journal to remind its readers that Larry Ellison, the CEO of Oracle, is a friend of Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple.
Apple considers Android to be a considerable threat to the iPhone and the Google OS continues to grow its market share as an OS for smartphones.
Java deal between IBM and Oracle is threatening to damage the Android
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Google is already dealing with a lawsuit from Oracle and attacks on Open Handset Alliance members for perceived patent violations in Android products. Google can throw another set of legal papers onto the pile as Gemalto has filed a patent infringement suit concerning Android.
Gemalto alleges that Google, HTC, Motorola, and Samsung violate Gemalto’s patents in the Dalvik virtual machine. Android uses Dalvik to virtualize Java, which prompted Oracle to file a complaint against Google in August; now Gemalto claims that Dalvik infringes upon technology it developed in Texas in the 1990’s. The complaint was filed in the Eastern District of Texas.