why it's rating 9.1? And nokia n8 only 8.3? Is it better than n8?
Several of you are telling this that Wave can last 4/5 days with a normal use, on the other hand some of u r telling that goes max 2days of minimum use.
For me It goes hardly a 1 day, if i use 30mins of calls, 30 mins Video, 10 mins of Gaming & 30 mins WIFI.....the phone is great but the battery life is not good for me, Can some one clarify why we are facing different battery life Experiences????
Alui, 15 Sep 2010Bada has some advantages over Android since is based on C++(thus native=fast) while Android is... moreDoes bada Stand A Chance?
Is it worth investing in bada? Before answering this question, you need to ask yourself why C++ hasn't been a popular development language in the mobile market thus far. The frequently cited excuse is: "C++ is too complex" but that's nonsense. If C++ is good enough for developing server applications, operating systems and just about any database engine, among the rest, how can it be unsuitable for mobile apps? Just because it doesn't have a GC? The size and complexity of C++ are a non-issue because every mobile platform uses a distilled subset of the core language, often omitting STL, exception handling and several other features that get in the way (namespaces, anyone?) . It's worth reminding C++ critiques that even Java uses the same strategy: roughly speaking, J2SE, J2EE and J2ME are three different languages where one is superset of the other.
I suspect that the main cause for the under-representation of C++'s in the mobile market is the lack of funding. Java has succeeded in the mobile arena because Sun has poured billions of dollars on promoting Java technology very aggressively during the past 16 years. Java is certainly not an ideal language or platform for mobile apps (if anything, a scripting language would be a much better choice), but when a giant company promotes its technology with unlimited funding for such a long time, the big bucks talk. In 2010 things are starting to change, though. Sun is now history, and for the first time in more than 10 years, C++ is enjoying the funding and backing of Samsung, a global giant. From what I can tell, bada has the right tools in its arsenal: cool C++ APIs, a sleek IDE, and Samsung's endorsement -- all that's needed to ensure that bada users have access to the latest market trends (touchscreens, application stores). There's no reason why bada shouldn't reach a remarkable market share in the next 2-5 years, provided of course that Samsung retains steady and generous funding for this ambitious project. Put more bluntly, for the first time in years, C++ has a chance to prove what I've always believed and known: it's much better than Java even as mobile app development language.
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kies not work in vista only windows 7 and xp can easily identify your wave.i have one question that how can i instal google map on my wave,please help......
Hi guys, I'm planning to buy either a Samsung Wave or a HTC Legend, any sugestions please!
Also please tell me what is the best sim card to use for this? there are different classes!! which one should I get?
what is this class 4 and 6? etc
what brand name you recommend?
More than 5 times I asked this no answer as yet
is there no one from UK here????????????????
I am after a navigation apps for the map of UK, how do I do this? there is nothing that I could spot in samsung app store which is very odd as this is the most important app, may be I am missing this can someone who using anything like this help me please?????
THANKS VERY MUCH
Nik, 15 Sep 2010@ New waver, that's a very good deal man. please tell me the name of the shops.1.) Kanahia watches and Co. ( The name because it started as a watch store but now their main business is cellphones, and I purchased mine from here)
2.) Tara Cellphones ( Popularly known as Tara Wala in that area, the bigger out of the 2 stores).
Both are in the main mkt of chandni chowk :) Just ask for either Kanahia Wala or Tara Wala.
Nik, 15 Sep 2010@ New waver, that's a very good deal man. please tell me the name of the shops.1.) Kanahia watches and Co. (
Should packet dat always be switched ON? What would roaming be used for?
[deleted post]Suggestion don't go for X10 got a know issue phone does not get charged
New waver, 15 Sep 2010I don't know if it will be possible for you to try Chandni Chowk. It is connected via metro bt... more@ New waver, that's a very good deal man. please tell me the name of the shops.
Hi incredible life
i wnna knw is there any techncl prblm with it in india, becose today i went to shop, storkepr told me dat due to some techncl problm samsung has pulled it back frm market nd will supply back later.
Nik, 15 Sep 2010@ New waver, I have tried just about everywhere. Janakpuri, Dwarka, Patel Nagar...... Can't f... moreI don't know if it will be possible for you to try Chandni Chowk. It is connected via metro btw. There are 2 big vendors in the main mkt. I got mine from one of them for 16.7 k.
Alui, 15 Sep 2010Bada has some advantages over Android since is based on C++(thus native=fast) while Android is... moreyou are so professional ........ this kind of thing u also know........ But i quite disappointed that u say BADA not a successful OS .... but in fact u are right too.....
How do I know if the Wave is using Wifi at home and not the network (Vodafone)? Obviuolsy I want t use wif at home as cheaper and faster but if connecting to the interent how can I tell it going through Wifi rather than network? When I leave home I don't want to keep changing settings
New waver, 15 Sep 2010Nik, Do you really think that Samsung would abandon a handset that sold more than a million in... more@ New waver, I have tried just about everywhere. Janakpuri, Dwarka, Patel Nagar......
Can't find it anywhere.
Incredible_Life, 15 Sep 2010I still do not know, because I'm not trying my friend :) But everything in WAVE is AMAZING , I... moreBada has some advantages over Android since is based on C++(thus native=fast) while Android is based on Java(ported=slow). However, there are not many people wiling to learn C++ since C#(.Net) was introduced. I think the universities do not teach C++ to their students anymore(I might be wrong here). The problem with Bada comes from this C++ business. There are not many developers in C++, and 14 million downloads(of max 7.000 apps) do not mean anything in comparison with downloads from Apple and Android Markets which have more than a 100.000 apps each. Even Ovi market from Nokia has more apps than Samsung Market.
Since C++ is more complicated than java used by iOS, Android and Symbian, the production costs for the same app might be higher than the costs for the same app developed with java. Thus Bada will have less and more expensive apps than the competition. That's why I would not bet on BADA for a succesfull smartphone OS.