UPDATE: Specs of Wave 2 and Wave 2 Pro. Both phones support quad-band GSM with EDGE connectivity, 3.2-inch TFT LCD, TouchWiz UI, Social Hub, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1, 3MP camera, A-GPS, 80MB internal memory and microSD card slot.
As expected, Samsung has introduced new phones on bada, Windows Mobile and Android platforms at CommunicAsia. Though we don’t have the full specs yet, the Wave 2 (S5250) and Wave 2 Pro (S5330) will be bada-powered and will mostly be priced lower than the original Wave. Both the phones will feature Wi-Fi, Social Hub and support for Samsung Apps application store.
Wave 2 (S5250) and Wave 2 Pro (S5330) will be available from August in Russia and Southeast Asia in black, white and pink colors.
Samsung has also introduced Omnia Pro 4 (B7350) and Omnia Pro 5 (B6520) devices based on Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. Omnia Pro 4 will be available from July in Europe, CIS and Southeast Asia whereas Omnia Pro 5 will go on sale from August in Southeast Asia, Middle East & Africa, India and Latin America
Rounding up the Android offerings, Samsung also unveiled Galaxy 5 I5500 – which has already got official –, Galaxy Beam (I8520) and Galaxy 3 (I5800). The phone we thought was Beam turns out it is Galaxy 3 (I5800). The details here are slim again except the availability status.
Galaxy 3 and Galaxy 5 will start selling in European and Asian markets from July while Galaxy Beam will launch in July for Singapore customers.
Beam that was introduced at the CES 2010 sports a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, 8MP camera, HD video recording and an integrated pico projector.