Samsung introduces new version of bada: Multitasking, Voice-recognition, HTML5 support
Samsung just unveiled the latest version of its bada mobile platform generally used on more affordable handsets. The new version of bada adds some significant features like multitasking, voice-recognition and HTML5 support. Such a big update brings plenty of possibilities for Samsung to release more affordable handsets, which mimic most of the functionalities of operating systems like Android. Handsets running Sammy's OS will be able to support NFC chips for near-field payments as well.
In addition, the company has updated the familiar bada interface by improving home screen personalisation options. The update brings more flexibility for the arrangement of items on the home screen. The latest bada has support for 3D sound as well.
Sammy released the Samsung Wave, its first bada handset, last year with what was seen as a revolutionary Super AMOLED screen.
source: Samsung Ukraine
1. Denio (Posts: 23; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)
As far as I can see, developert "hate" bada. Andriod, iOS and WP7 are good to start with and devs get more support, less pain. Bada has a lot problems under the hood even if it looks OK. IMO bada will not be able to compete with the big guys.
2. samking21 (Posts: 4; Member since: 24 Jun 2010)
I have a Samsung S-wave 10 months since 8500 has been issued an update for the operating system, although it lacks many of the modifications, improvements and advantages enjoyed by the operating system Android,
I now want to update for Bada 2, and I want to know when the update of the Middle East and North Africa in order to decide you keep it or sell it and buy Android phone, and the publication of details of the Bada Barcelona in exhibition has already been published since the past months do not