Samsung’s Bada platform has seemingly been lying dormant for a while; its app count has been slowly building, but there’s been little in the way of new hardware or software updates for a while. Fret not, Bada owner: Bada 2.0 looks set to be landing in July and, if this roadmap is anything to go on, there’ll be a smattering of new handsets coming in Q4 this year.
The French table shows two upcoming Bada 2.0 phones. We’ve known about the Bada 1.1-running Wave 578, which is set for June, but the other two have come as a surprise. They’ll be out in Q4, packing NFC tech as standard.
The handset landing in September seems to be the flagship of the next Bada generation, with a 3.65-inch HVGA display and pair of cameras – a 5-Meg front and rear VGA. The November-bound model only sports a 3-Meg cam and a 3.14-inch QVGA display. Both handsets are currently unnamed.
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