Along with the Wave 3, Samsung also announced two new Bada phones, the Wave M and Wave Y. The Wave M is a mid-range bada powered handset, while the Wave Y is a low-end one.
The Wave M comes with a 3.65-inch TFT display with HVGA (320×480) resolution. On the other hand, the Wave Y comes with a 3.2-inch HVGA (320×480) display. Both the phones come with the usual Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, microSD card slot and bunch of sensors. Both the handsets also come with around 2GB of internal memory, and an NFC chip.
The back of the M sports a 5MP camera with an LED flash. A VGA camera also resides in the front of the phone. The Y has a 2MP fixed focus camera with an LED flash. Both the handsets are capable of recording videos in HVGA resolution.
Samsung did not mention anything about the SoC, which powers both these handsets. Like the Wave 3, the M and Y also run on the recently announced bada 2.0 OS. Samsung will be showcasing both the handsets at the upcoming IFA event. The handsets will hit the retail stores sometime in October this year, at an unknown price.