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Samsung Wave (photos)

Released at Mobile World Congress, the Samsung Wave is the first phone with the company's new Bada operating system.

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Samsung Wave

The night before the Mobile World Congress began, Samsung unveiled the Wave, which has a trim candy bar design similar to other touch-screen phones from the manufacturer.
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The 3.3-inch touch-screen features an icon-based interface. TouchWiz 3.0 will offer access to applications and features. Below the display are a diamond-shaped navigation control and the talk and end/power buttons.
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At less than half an inch deep, the Wave has a sleek profile.
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The Wave's diamond-shaped camera lens and flash are located on its rear face above the battery cover.

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