Samsung has unveiled three new smartphones in its Wave range, the Wave 525 (GT-S5250), Wave 533 (GT-S5330) and Wave 575 (GT-S5750).
The triplet of phones share a core spec of a 3.2 inch WQVGA display, a matching 3.2 megapixel camera, 100MB of memory (expandable to 16GB via microSD), GPS and wi-fi. They all employ Samsung's new Bada operating system.
So what's the difference between them? The Wave 525 operates on 2.5G networks, while the 575 offers 3G support. The 533 model offers a Qwerty keypad.
Samsung said of the new models: "The Samsung Wave family has been designed for those who take socializing seriously. That's why it features an integrated messaging solution - a one-stop hub for all your communications including SMS, Email, SNS, and Instant Messaging."
"It also features great media solutions to keep you entertained on the go, including diverse applications through Samsung Apps. The Samsung Wave family is the perfect mix of features and fun and a great way to be smarter about how you socialize."
The Wave 525 is available in Russia at the moment, with all three models expected to be rolled out to other European countries in due course, possibly before the year is out. Pricing is unknown as this stage.
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