Bada Operating Systems

main 01 Bada Operating SystemsBada is an Operating System developed by Samsung Electronics, which is used on low end phones and smart phones. Bada name itself comes from the Korean language, which means the sea (ocean deep). Samsung first announced the platform Bada on November 10, 2009. The first phone with Bada OS are Samsung Wave S8500, which was first featured in the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, in February 2010. After the launch, companies like Twitter, EA, Capcom, Gameloft and Blockbuster show their support for the platform Bada.

In May 2010, Samsung released a beta version (SDK) for Bada, in order to attract developers. In addition, Samsung started Bada Developer Challenge with a total prize of US $ 2,700,000. In August 2010, Samsung released the version 1.0 SDK. Then comes the Samsung Wave S8500, was released on June 1, 2010, which sold one million handsets in the first 4 weeks since release. Immediately after launch, Samsung immediately released version 1.0.2 that includes minor improvements for users of the European continent. The latest version 1.2 was released with Samsung Wave II S8530. Last alpha-Bada version 2.0 was introduced on February 15, 2011 and most likely follow suit, will be out Samsung Wave S5780 578 which was adopted Bada Operating System version 2.0.

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