Samsung has refuted suggestions that the Wave smartphone is hitting the UK in late April, with a definite June deadline for the launch being the officially sanctioned position.
The Samsung Wave is significant for being the first-ever smartphone to use Samsung's own Bada platform and high-end handset enthusiasts and observers will be interested to see whether this software will be able to stand up against the likes of Android and the iPhone operating system (OS).
However, despite the wave of interest in its mobile Samsung has denied it plans to bring forward the release date.
A spokesman for the mobile phone maker told Tech Radar: "The Samsung Wave is not currently available for sale in the UK, but we look forward to its launch in June 2010, at which time details of tariffs and stockists will be released by our operator partners."
With the ability to shoot HD video in 720p resolution, the Wave will match up to Sony Ericsson's Vivaz as a multimedia device.
It will also be noteworthy because it uses a Super AMOLED screen, which is designed to more easily operable in bright daylight.
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