The Samsung Wave 2 is set for launch in the UK in December, it has been confirmed.
The handset, the second to run Samsung’s proprietary Bada operating system after the first Wave, replaces the Super AMOLED display of its predecessor with a 3.7-inch Super Clear LCD that the phone maker claims is scratch-resistant, anti-reflective and smudge-proof.
Also onboard is a five megapixel camera with high definition 720p video recording, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack, FM radio and pre-installed Dolfin Browser 2.0. Keeping everything running smoothly is a 1GHz Hummingbird processor.
The handset runs the latest 1.2 version of Bada, offering a slick hub system for social networking to allow users to view all manner of contacts and communiqués from social networking sites as well as emails in a single place.
UK carriers and price points for the handset have yet to be confirmed.
Earlier this month, Samsung announced that the first Wave has sold one million units in Europe along since it hit stores back in June.
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