Samsung takes the road less traveled with their Samsung Wave Y LeFleur edition, where this particular handset is not powered by the Android platform, but rather, it will run on Samsung’s very own Bada operating system. There were a couple of LeFleur edition handsets that we looked at in the past, and this will clearly take its position with the other two in the big scheme of things. While the Samsung Wave Y is already on sale, the LeFleur edition will bring an added touch to the design which might just appeal to those who want a more feminine look, and best of all is, this fashion accessory, if I may take the liberty of describing this as such, will retail for a mere $165. Basically, the only changes between this and the vanilla version are cosmetic, everything else underneath the hood would remain the same. If your girlfriend has been hankering you for a new basic phone for the longest time already, why not get this for her birthday if it falls on February, or even as a Valentine’s Day gift?
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