Samsung intends for its Bada OS to gain more momentum perhaps by announcing yet another Bada OS-powered smartphone, the Wave II S8530. Beware of its naming convention though, since some people might mistake it to be the Wave 2 S5250 by accident. Meant to see off the Wave S8500, the Wave II does share many looks with its predecessor, although your eyes ought to benefit from a more generous 3.7-inches WVGA resolution display. This model will feature a Super Clear LCD display instead of Super AMOLED, which is further confirmation that Samsung is suffering from AMOLED production problems. As for its remaining hardware, you will be able to enjoy HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, GPS support, TV out, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with flash, HD video recording, a microSD memory card slot and a 1GHz processor running everything from within. Folks living in Germany can pick up the Samsung Wave II S8530 from next month onwards for €429, where one can only assume that it will hit other European countries somewhere around then, too.
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