Back in April, three Bada-powered phones were leaked onto the web, only one of which had a name: the Samsung Wave 578. At the time, all we knew was that the trio would sport NFC chips, and that they all run Bada 2.0. Now, one of the mysterious unnamed handsets has been discovered in the Bada 2.0 SDK by BadaWorld as the Samsung Wave 725.
Specs include a 3.65-inch HVGA display with 320×480 pixels of resolution, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a VGA front-facing camera for video chat, along with support for NFC, WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0. The Wave 725 will run Bada 2.0, which, if you live here in the States, probably means nothing to you. But it should, because the Bada platform seems to be doing well overseas and we’re excited to see how America receives the new OS. Bada 2.0 will bring with it multitasking, an enhanced UI, and better security.
We’re not sure what pricing will look like on this bad boy, but from the specs, we can only assume that this handset will be somewhat wallet-friendly. Samsung plans to launch the Wave 725 in December.
[via Unwired View]