Samsung Bada handsets outed in Russia

During a developer conference, Samsung gave attendees a glimpse of four upcoming handsets that will run on the company's own mobile platform, Bada.

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During a developer conference in Russia, Samsung gave attendees a glimpse of four upcoming handsets that will run on the company's own mobile platform , Bada. On the presentation slide shown above, four handsets priced lower than the Samsung Wave were pictured. Few other details were available, though it appeared that models with slide-out QWERTY keyboards are in the pipeline.

Announced during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) back in February, the Wave is currently the only device to sport the in-house operating system. It was also during MWC 2010 that the company mentioned that Bada was meant for midrange devices, which seemed to contradict its unveiling of the high-end, AMOLED-toting Wave. This latest tidbit goes some way to support the company's assertion that Bada is indeed for handsets that aren't as fully specc'ed as the Wave.

(Source: Crave Asia via Boy Genius Report)

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