Samsung has introduced three new smartphones to its Wave range.
All of the smartphones run on its own Bada operating system.
The Wave smartphones, named, Wave 525, the Wave 575 and the Wave 533, will have a 3.2 inch touch screen, a 3.2 megapixel camera, 100 MB of storage memory capable of expanding up to 16 GB, GPS capabilities and Wi-Fi support.
However, as far as the difference between the models go, it is said that the Wave 525 will not have 3G support, the Wave 533 will come with a slide-out keyboard and Wave 575 will have Bluetooth 3.0.
Apart from running on its Bada OS, the new smartphones will also make use of certain Samsung applications, including Social Hub, which will also feature of Samasung's upcoming Galaxy Tab Android based devices.
The company said in a press release: “The Samsung Wave family has been designed for those who take socializing seriously. That’s why it features an integrated messaging solution – a one-stop hub for all your communications including SMS, e-mail, SNS, and Instant Messaging.”