Samsung has taken the wraps off the first phone to be fitted out with its Bada operating system. It also has 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0. Called the Wave, the handset sports a 3.5in, 800 x 480 OLED touchscreen. While Bada runs behind the scenes, users interact with the third incarnation of Samsung's established TouchWiz UI …
I wonder what the as-shipped default Search Engine is.........
This phone does support 802.11n
802.11n does allow the use of 1 antenna - although most people do not know this. In fact the only mandatory part of 802.11n is using 1 antenna. The use of 2 or more antennas (i.e. MIMO) is optional in the standard.
So this phone is 802.11n................
Just what we need. More phone OS fragmentation. Where is the developer community? I doubt there will "be an app for that" anytime soon.
Fragmentation, but similarity! Don't you think that UI looks awfully familiar?
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