Asia Bizz: South Korean mobile manufacturer Samsung, who is now slowly gripping the world market of smartphones, is all set to bring its Wave 3 smartphone in the Indian market. The much awaited next generation of Samsung’s Wave 3 will be available in the Indian market by the month of December 2011.
The company has already started shipping of the Bada 2.0 operating system on an international basis. The first country to get the smartphone will be France, which will be then followed by countries like Germany, Russia and Italy.
With the launch in the European countries, it is expected that the Samsung Wave 3 smartphone would be available in the Indian market by the mid or the second week of December, 2011. The Wave 3 has been priced at Rs. 19, 600 and has much more features that that of the basic smartphone features.
Some of the interesting features of the phone include multi tasking and Wi Fi Direct, which allows the Wi Fi devices to share content without any need of wireless access points like routers. The Wave 3 also has Near Field Communication as well as voice recognition. The smartphone will be powered by its Bada 2.0 that is said to be faster than the other Bada devices.