Samsung Wave M Unboxing and Quick Review
So we finally got our taste of the new Wave M, the cheaper version in the new range of BADA devices from Sammy. The Phone has a good set of specs and a decent price, but we sometimes feel Samsung is stretching its luck.
The device is well built to say the least, the touchscreen is very responsive and the list of included apps is interesting. The device does however lag a lot, and we saw this during our initial impression, its not a pretty sight.
In the Box is a charger, usb cable, 3.5mm headset with in-ear cups, the phone itself, a 1350mAh battery, a leather type cover and the warranty booklet along with quick start guide.
The back of the device is an interesting metallic texturized looking finish which is actually pretty smooth to touch and yet does not attract fingerprints. The buttons seem tactile and the device feels good to hold in the hand.
Initial impressions of the software lacked and the device failed to deliver during browser testing in the initial hands on (you will see in upcoming video).
- 832 MHz Processor
- 3.65 Inch Screen
- Bluetooth 3.0
- WiFi Direct
- Bada 2.0
- 5MP Cam
Price is about Rs.12,250 in the Market.
Video Unboxing Coming Up!