Samsung eyes bada 2.0 release in H1 2011, improved UI and NFC support coming
As you have probably heard, NFC provides safe transactions including mobile phone payments and support for it is a welcome addition to the OS. The recently launched Google Nexus S heralds the technology's launch in the United States and we expect to hear much more about it next year.
The bada OS made its debut on the Samsung Wave, the first device to showcase the Super AMOLED technology. And while there weren't many devices following, the operating system is growing steadily and Samsung expects to sell 10 million handsets of the Wave series by the end of the first half of 2011. Currently, sales are expected to reach nearly 5 million Wave phones by the end of 2010.
The Samsung Wave was released with the first version of bada in the summer of 2010. Currently, the OS stands at version 1.2 with some minor tweaks over the original release. Even though we find bada to be pretty responsive, it is still lagging significantly in apps and functionality in comparison to iOS and Android. Do you think that it could find its place among other operating systems out there? Let us know and check out Samsung's expectations for bada below.
source: Samsung Hub
1. Pankaj (unregistered) posted on 26 Mar 2011, 06:22 0 0
If i buy Samsung Wave II now with Bada OS 1.2 than will i be able to upgrade it later to Bada OS 2.0?
2. Dell10 (unregistered) posted on 29 Apr 2011, 08:19 0 0
Hope so, cause Samsung wouldn't want to leave all the loyal BADA users in high and dry, however appropriate answer to your query could be confirmed by the Samsung guys only!!!
3. Ajinkya (unregistered) posted on 26 May 2011, 00:51 0 0
when is bada 2.0 launching for wave 525......
4. Mukesh Dhiman (unregistered) posted on 08 Jun 2011, 06:21 0 0
i am waiting for BADA 2.0 ..
i have upgraded Firmware and my WAVE 2 working so smoothly...
hope BADA 2.0 will provide the same experience as show in YOU TUBE video.
5. joelshawdow (unregistered) posted on 11 Jun 2011, 03:31 0 0
Wave II CAN be UPGRADED .....BUT there won't be NFC as the chipset wont support NFC