Samsung Wave S8500
Samsung Wave GT-S8500 (ose "Samsung Wave") smartphonei pare me prekje (touchscreen) qe funksionon me bada te ri si sitem operimi i dizajnuar nga Samsung, i cili u leshua ne menyre komerciale me June 1, 2010. The Wave is a slim touchscreen phone powered by Samsung's "Hummingbird" CPU (S5PC110), which includes 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU and a built-in PowerVR SGX 540 graphics engine, "Super AMOLED" screen and 720p high-definition video capture capabilities. Due to shortage of Super AMOLED screens, Samsung released a similar version called Wave II and ceased production of the S8500 model.
Hardware Features [redakto]
The screen is a 3.3 capacitive touchscreen Super AMOLED with an anti-smudge oleophobic coating on top of the scratch-resistant tempered-glass ( Gorilla Glass Display ). The screen resolution is 800x480 WVGA with 283 PPI.
The phone features a 1 GHz SoC, which internally contains an ARM Cortex A8 CPU core that is identical to the ARM Cortex CPU core used in Apple's A4 package on package SoC. The graphics engine of the device is a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU which is said to be capable of generating 90 million triangles per second (same as the SoC used on the Samsung Galaxy S). It also has 512MB of RAM.
The phone features a 5 megapixel camera EDOF which supports 2560 x 1920 pixels, along with autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face, blink detection, image stabilization, touch focus,etc. Shooting modes include beauty shot, smile shot, continuous, panorama and vintage shot. As a camcorder it is able to shoot HD recording (1280x720) at 30 FPS with flash. As well as this, it is also able to record slow motion video (320x240) at 120 FPS with flash.
Other features include A-GPS, 2 GB/8 GB of internal storage with a microSDHC slot for an additional 32 GB. It also has a magnetometer (compass), a proximity sensor, an accelerometer, 5.1-channel surround sound Mobile Theater, music recognition, a fake call service, smart search, Social Hub and it is the first phone to support Bluetooth version 3.0.
This phone is available with both European/Asian 3G bandings and the North American 3G bandings. The North American 3G bandings version of the phone is a limited availability and is not available in the US.
Software features [redakto]
The phone is the first smartphone to feature the Samsung bada operating system platform. The UI is Samsung's own Touchwiz 3.0. Touchwiz 3.0, like the two predecessors (Touchwiz 2.0 and Touchwiz), utilises widgets. The three most notable widgets pre-installed in Touchwiz 3.0 are Daily Briefing (which includes all essential information such as weather, finance, AP mobile news and schedule), Feeds and Updates and Buddies now (which allows users to call, send texts to and read Facebook/Twitter feeds off their favourite contacts). Users are allowed to have up to 10 homescreens to add widgets.
For Internet browsing the Samsung Wave has the Dolfin Browser v2.0 (based on WebKit). This browser supports Flash Lite 3, but it is disabled by default to improve page loading speed.
By default, the phone comes with Picsel Viewer which is capable of reading .pdf and Microsoft Office file formats. Users from selected countries can buy and download Picsel Office Editor from Samsung Apps.
As for Samsung Apps, users can also download applications, games and widgets from the application store.
Other software includes the GPS software that comes with this phone (LBS Route 66), Palringo IM, Facebook, Twitter, social hub, mini diary, daily briefing, memo, video player, FM radio, media browser, voice recorder, e-mail and pre-installed asphalt 5.
MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, AMR, WAV, MP4, MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV, DivX, XviD, MKV, (FLAC Bada 1.2) Also supports subtitles.
- ^ http://www.bada.com/samsung-wave-first-bada-smartphone-hits-the-market/
- ^ http://wave.samsungmobile.com/
- ^ http://badawave.com
- ^ http://blog.gsmarena.com/how-does-the-iphone-4-pixel-density-stand-in-comparison/
- ^ http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=218600577
- ^ http://www.engadget.com/2010/06/08/apple-ipad-and-samsung-wave-share-a-brain?icid=sphere_blogsmith_inpage_engadget
- ^ http://www.ubmtechinsights.com/uploadedFiles/Apple%20A4%20vs%20SEC%20S5PC110A01.pdf
- ^ http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/705/memoriayx.png/
- ^ Froyo on Samsung Wave
Lidhje te jashtme [redakto]
- Phonearena.com review by PhoneArena Team, 04 Jun 2010
- GSMArena.com review by GSMArena team, 01 June 2010