The Bada operating system from Samsung has not exactly caught the imagination of the masses, and looks set to remain in a niche group of products even from Samsung themselves. Having said that, at least Samsung is not abandoning the Bada platform entirely. Some sharp eyed folks (with a fast camera of course) were able to shoot a video of the white Samsung Wave 3, which is very different from the Bada flagship model which came in black originally. The white version features silver sides and back, and what you see above is a video which was shot at the Samsung Roadshow in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Apart from the external color change, everything else underneath the hood should be similar to the original Wave 3, including a 4″ AMOLED display, a 1.4GHz processor and an aluminum body, running on the Bada 2.0 operating system. No idea on when the white Samsung Wave 3 will be made available though, nor how much will it cost when it arrives.
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