Samsung Wave Y- Specifications
|Samsung Wave Y- NETWORK||GSM / HSPA|
|Samsung Wave Y- LAUNCH||2011, August|
|Samsung Wave Y - Body||
|Samsung Wave Y- DISPLAY||
|Samsung Wave Y - PLATFORM
CPU 832 MHz
|Samsung Wave Y- MEMORY||
|Samsung Wave Y- SOUND||
|Samsung Wave Y- COMMS||
|Samsung Wave Y- FEATURES||
|Samsung Wave Y- BATTERY||
|Samsung Wave Y- MISC||
Samsung Wave Y Price in India 2017 and full Specifications
Samsung has announced three new phones running its proprietary Bada 2.0 operating system: the wave 3, Wave M, and Wave Y. The Wave 3 is the most powerful of the bunch, with a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED screen, 1.4GHz processor, and a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus. The "full metal" body is made of anodized aluminum, weighing 122 grams. The Wave 3 was previously leaked by Samsung's very own app earlier this week along with the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab 7.7 -- we're awaiting word on those latter two at IFA this week the Wave M and Wave Y are the mid-tier and entry-level entrants, respectively. They have lower-end specs to match those tiers. The Wave M comes with an 832MHz processor, a 3.65-inch 320x480 screen, and a 5-megapixel camera. The Wave Y has the same processor and resolution, but on a smaller 3.2-inch screen with only a 2-megapixel camera around back.
All three run Samsung's Bada 2.0 operating system, which now includes Samsung's custom messaging platform, CHATONSamsung is also hoping to bring in-app developers with a full SDK.
Although NFC, voice recognition, and direct Wi-Fi sharing are all new in Bada 2.0, remember that Samsung is still targeting the OS at new smartphone users. If that sort of thing interests you, catch a promo video for Bada after the break. the screen is a 3.3-inch (84 mm) capacitive touchscreen Super AMOLED with an anti-smudge oleophobic coating on top of the scratch-resistant tempered-glass (Gorilla Glass Display). The screen resolution is 800x480 WVGA with 283 PPI
The phone features a 1 GHz So which internally contains an ARM Cortex A8 CPU core, the same model as Apple's A4 processor. The graphics engine of the device is a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU which is said to be capable generating 90 million triangles per second (same as the SoC used on the Samsung Galaxy The phone features a 5 megapixel EDOF camera which supports 2560 x 1920 pixels, along with autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face and blink detection, image stabilization, touch focus etc. Shooting modes include beauty shot, smile shot, continuous, panorama and vintage shot. This smartphone able to shoot HD recording (1280x720) at 30 FPS with flash. As well as this, it is also able to record slow-motion video (320x240) at 120 FPS with flash The Wave was the first phone with Samsung's own Linux based Operating System, Bada, meaning "Ocean". Samsung worked on the later versions of Bada 1.2 and later 2.0. Bada 1.2 was released to the world in a phased manner as it was designed to improve stability in January 2012, Samsung declared that it was planning to merge Bada with the Linux-based Tizen operating system that was developed in collaboration with Intel. Despite the collaboration, was not supported by the Wave.
Unofficial ports of Android were made due to the restrictions and the eventual cease in development of Bada. Versions ported include Android Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jellybean, KitKat, Lollipop and MarshmallowSamsung galaxy young is available in India RS 5332.
Some important features of the Samsung Wave Y mobile:
- Samsung Metro Duos C3322 is a dual-SIM phone with 2.2-inch screen
- It has 2MP camera with 2x digital zoom, video recording
- It has support for social networking sites including Facebook & Twitter and access to Yahoo! Messenger, GTALK MSN &IM
- It has Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery Talktime 10 hours
- This phone supports 3.5mm headset and MicroUSB charger
- The phone has dual sim capabilities(GSM and GSM)
- Samsung galaxy young is available in India about RS 5332.