Linked by Hadrien Grasland on Sat 19th Mar 2011 15:40 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Having reviewed the Wave 533's hardware in the last article, it's now time for us to have a look at the most interesting part: the bada OS itself. In this article, I'll have a look at the boot procedure of bada (how long it takes, what happens on first boot), and then will discuss the app-independent UI concepts introduced by Samsung in this OS before going in more details about specific apps in upcoming articles.
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by kvarbanov on Mon 21st Mar 2011 08:13 UTC
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Having worked a bit with the first Samsung Bada phone, the Wave S8500, I have to say that I was pleased with it, in absolutely every point, especially the largeness of the screen, the HD video and the screen itself, the SAMOLED. I found the OS itself very easy to use, and this is definitely a good move for Samsung, that's their first try, in the end. I hope it becomes more popular.

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