Ugandian forum: Phones, gadgets and apps - Samsung Galaxy Wave specs and price in Uganda
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8 Aug 2014 11:53

The Samsung Wave phone with sleek design, 3.3-inch Super AMOLED display delivers even greater image quality with reduced energy consumption. This mobile device is also equipped with a 1GHz Samsung processor that should allow for smooth 3D gaming and HD video playback. It is sold in many electronic stores in Kampala and other Ugandan cities. Samsung Galaxy wave phone price is 2 000 000 UGX, but if you are looking for a cheaper offer, then check used phones for sale on MoboFree online marketplace.

Samsung Wave Y mobile phone

May not be the best smartphone as an entry level phone with company’s Bada mobile OS. Given that Bada has not so many apps in its store than Android, Samsung should have thrown in some incentives for potential buyers to prefer the Wave Y before its Android cousin. Some people say that “Y” indicates targeting audience YOUTH. But is this true? Better let’s move on to the design and specs:

In the box with smartphone you will find:
• Warranty and info leaflets
• 2 GB micro SD card and adapter
• Micro USB cable
• And Charger
You can compare phone's specs and price with other phones on market.

The 3.2” Samsung phone capacitive LCD display is with quite good colours, bright enough for a decent image outside, and also with very good viewing angles for its class. The only bad thing is the right horizontal viewing angles, which were strangely abysmal with even the slightest tilt.

This mobile gadget features 320x480 pixels of resolution, which is plenty for this screen size, and the 180ppi density means that is more than you’d expect from this category. Much better than the Galaxy Y in any case. In fact, this resolution makes bada 2.0 look better on the Wave Y than on the higher-class Wave M, which spreads that same resolution over a larger 3.65” screen.

Samsung Galaxy Wave smartphone
Samsung Galaxy Wave smartphone

Samsung Wave Design

The first thing that makes a difference for the Samsung Wave Y is the back, where a basic 2MP camera resides. The cover fakes brushed aluminium very successfully, when in reality everything is just plastic. The tapered edges are also very indicative of the phone’s Wave line-up heritage, and if you have seen the rest of the Bada 2.0 handsets, you’d immediately recognize the Wave Y as part of the family.

If you liked my review, then it would be also interesting to read my other reviews on devices: Prices of new and used phones in Uganda

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Edited by TechBoy / 25 Aug 2014 14:28