Archive for April, 2011
The Samsung Wave 2 is the highly anticipated follow up to the original (and very popular) Samsung Wave handset; running on Bada gives Samsung the chance to give rise to its own app store.
This latest Wave handset from Samsung is a thin, polished looking affair; it has an exceptionally clear 3.7-inch LCD screen, which looks superb. Other features on its hardware list include a 1GHz processor, HSDPA, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi connectivity and a quality five megapixel camera (which features 720p video recording options). Although these are certainly features that you would expect to find on a high-end smartphone, there is a distinct lack of anything that could be classed a marked improvement on the original Samsung Wave, which may leave some users questioning the need to incur the cost of upgrading to this latest handset (in fact, the only area that the Wave 2 actually beats its predecessor hands down is its doubling of internal storage capacity – from 1GB to 2GB). Despite this, there are some slight aesthetic improvements to the Wave 2 and the overall feel of the handset is a slight improvement on the original.
The Samsung Wave 2 runs Bada, with TouchWiz handling the UI on top; the system flows very well, and even people who have not encountered this particular coupling before will have no problem in navigating the menus with ease. There is plenty of scope for customisation with unique widgets and home screens which should keep users coming back for more for quite some time.
Some users have experienced a few minor gripes with the Wave 2, which include complaints about its lack of widgets (combined with an under-stocked app store), a lack of smart dialling and a poor social networking integration system. With these complaints aside, there is still plenty to get excited about with the Wave 2, such as its excellent battery life, good text entry and highly functional web browser – all in all, the Wave 2 is a competent smartphone which should find many fans who admire a solid overall package. For more information on this mobile phone, visit phones4u.co.uk.
It’s not gadget but it’s very useful thing, I mean lightweight, strong, cheap, handsome, sustainable and even waterproof cases for differebt gadgets people use – from mobiles to iPods and laptops and others. There are great number various cases you can find online which come in many different colours and styles. I’ve chosen this one:
If you love it and are interested in buying the same let me know.