12th July, 2012
Android Jelly Bean has begun rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy
25th November, 2011
Emailing and social networking is well taken care of by the Wave III.
2nd September, 2011
The Samsung Bada 2.0 operating system is explained by Justin Hong in
21st February, 2011
Samsung bada 2.0 details revealed.
21st December, 2010
Samsung bada 2.0 aimed for mid 2011 launch.
14th September, 2010
Its 12 months since the Samsung App store launched.
15th July, 2010
Samsung Wave achieves over 1 million sales worldwide.
14th April, 2010
Samsung Android Mobile Phones Get FlipFont
16th January, 2012
Samsung is incorporating its Bada platform into the Tizen operating
12th September, 2011
Older Samsung Wave smartphones to be updated to Samsung Bada 2.0
13th June, 2011
A R Drone helicopter on Android will be ready in July.
17th February, 2011
Powered by Samsung’s own Bada operating system
13th October, 2010
The Samsung Wave II is a high-end smartphone that runs on the Samsung
31st August, 2010
Second smartphone with Samsung Bada OS.
9th June, 2010
Of course the Samsung Wave is one of the first to use the new Samsung
15th February, 2010
The Samsung Wave is the first mobile that runs on Samsungs new
Samsung already has Windows Phones and Android phones as well its own version of Symbian phones – but that didn’t stop it from launching its own operating system, bada, built for 3G phones and intended to bring that smartphone experience to all price ranges.
Bada is similar to Android in its icon-based interface, with tons of widgets – or live-updating boxes placed on a homescreen – lending it more interactivity that the similar ‘sea of apps’ system on iPhones. The Samsung Apps store contains bada-optimised apps as well as more basic ones, though the quantity (and indeed, quality) trails behind that of Android and iOS, and even the relatively young Windows Marketplace.