Samsung S8500 Wave Review Udgivelsesdato Og Specifikationer
8 March 2014
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Conclusion: For a Samsung phone, this one is excellent. It's worlds apart from the deluge of mediocre mid-range handsets we've seen from them of late. The Samsung Wave's screen is wonderful, we can't praise it enough so if you spend a lot of time watching videos and using media functions, then we'd definitely...
Excerpt: The Samsung Wave is a phone of firsts. It’s the first device to utilize a Super AMOLED screen, and also the first device to come loaded with Samsung’s proprietary Bada operating system. After spending some time with it, we have both some good and bad to report about the Wave.
Summary: Smartphones have become commonplace these days thanks to the uptake of various mobile platforms over the years - starting from the mature Symbian and Microsoft Windows Mobile OS, to the current Apple iOS and Google Android.
Pros: Slim and compact, Good screen clarity from Super AMOLED, Intuitive user interface
Cons: Limited 3.3-inch screen size, Battery life could have been better
Summary: The Samsung Wave S8500 is a powerful smartphone along with new technology.One of the leading mobile phone providers, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, is coming with company’s newly launched open mobile platform for providing cellphone for every lifestyle.The 118×56×10.9mm with the new touchWiz 3.0...
Summary: The S8500 Wave represents a bold move from Samsung. Instead of coming out with another smartphone based on Symbian, Android or Windows Mobile, Samsung decided that through the Wave they would debut their very own OS- Bada (and not just a UI like TouchWIZ).
Excerpt: The Good High build quality. Outstanding Super AMOLED display. Good camera for photos and videos. Bada has good UI, multi-touch and web. Fast processor. Cheap with at least some carriers. Fairly long battery life. The Bad Very limited app and widget selection.
Pros: High build quality., Outstanding Super AMOLED display., Good camera for photos and videos., Bada has good UI, multi-touch and web., Fast processor., Cheap with at least some carriers., Fairly long battery life.
Cons: Very limited app and widget selection., Poor built-in Facebook, media, navigation and Twitter apps., Little reason to buy over Samsung's own Android phones., No text auto-correction.
Summary: I have no complaints to the connection quality, ringtones sound loudly, while the vibro is not always felt. The location of the loudspeaker at the top creates advantages in the pocket, but at times there is a downside: if you put it upside down the sound will be faded.
Conclusion: The Samsung Wave is an excellent test bed for Samsung’s new smartphone platform. With TouchWiz 3.0 lending a strong hand, bada shows great promise. The hardware design is elegant and modern, and the display is outstanding.
Pros: Excellent Super AMOLED display, easy to use Widget UI with very flexible customization, lovely high end hardware., Pro: Excellent Super AMOLED display, easy to use Widget UI with very flexible customization.
Cons: At this point, there are virtually no apps available for download. Do we need another smartphone OS?, Con: No downloadable apps yet, OS doesn't set itself ahead of the smartphone pack.