The Samsung Wave has now landed its second network partner, Vodafone have now made a range of pay monthly deals available for the Samsung S8500 Wave after this latest phone launched first with T-Mobile.
Featuring the first ever Super AMOLED touch screen display the new Samsung Wave breaks new ground, this amazing new screen technology produces high quality, crisp and clear images and utilising the built-in 5.0 mega pixel camera users can record video clips in 720p HD quality for playback on the high definition screen.
These videos can also be uploaded to YouTube to share with both friends and the world as well to Facebook and other social networking websites. There is also HSDPA present for fast internet downloads as well as Wi-Fi, 3.5G support and GPS for connections on the move and satellite navigation. 55au7700
The Samsung Wave also incorporates the latest TouchWiz 3.0 user interface which allows the user to customize their home screens with widgets and shortcuts to their favourite applications, one of these home screens can even be turned into a multimedia player rather than having to launch the program each time.
The Samsung S8500 Wave also grants access to the Samsung App store where there are hundreds of new applications to download at lightening speed, everything from news and sports services, GPS programs, fun and games, useful tools and documents viewers as well as entertainment applications are available to download both free and paid.
The Super AMOLED screenb technology of the new Samsung Wave is currently unmatched in the industry, the closest rivals utilise standard AMOLED touch screens which still provide high quality colours and blacks, these rival handsets include the recently launched HTC Desire as well as the HTC Legend and Sony Ericsson Vivaz as well as the previous Samsung Omnia 2 model.
Mobile phones that feature HD quality video recording support are also those listed before as well as Samsung’s own Samsung i8910 Omnia HD which was one of the first ever phones to support this technology.
There are further network launched planned for this latest handset, both Orange and O2 have confirmed that they will be rolling out deals over the coming days. There is also a planned release as a Pay As You Go phone as well as being offered SIM free with no network locks.
The Samsung Wave is by far the most advanced mobile phone to be released by the manufacturer so far this year, they are reportedly readying more handsets to feature the new SAMOLED technology as well as new fashion phones to compliment their current range.