Review and Design Samsung Wave 525

Written By admin on Monday, November 1, 2010 | 9:21 AM

Samsung Wave 525Samsung has announced the low-end phones to meet their own operating system Bada in June, with the names of the shaft Samsung Pro 2 and Phase 2 Later, the company responsible for the midrange with the shaft of the Samsung 723 was, we have reviewed recently. The latest news from the camp Bada a true successor to the first wave of Samsung called the wave II


To avoid duplicate pronunciations, the low-end members of the bada family are now ready to enter the markets, but with names consisting strictly of numbers. The Samsung Wave 2 is now the Samsung Wave 525 and the Samsung Wave 2 Pro, which simply adds a QWERTY keyboard, is Samsung Wave 533.  We have the Samsung Wave 525 of the duo announced in June, and are taking it for a spin to check how bada OS looks and behaves on a rock-bottom hardware...

Design:

The wave of wins Samsung 525 any design awards with its simple rectangular shape with a black chrome-like, like a thin rim around the phone. The capacitive touch screen 3.2 "with a resolution of 240x400Samsung Wave 525 pixels, which makes the web interface and look lean, and the sight of the sun, flanked on average. Below the power button of the send and end buttons. There are a volume control on the left side, micro-USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack on the top and a block or button plus a dedicated button on the right. Do not ask us why separate phones a trigger Bada, while his brothers Android Samsung only the virtual buttons on the camera because I can not answer this question on behalf of the company.

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