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Samsung will soon be updating all its Wave phones with its latest Bada 2.0 operating system. The updated devices will initially arrive in Europe and then across the other geographies. Samsung confirmed the announcement on Twitter and further added that the 2.0 upgrade would be available from the fourth quarter of this year.
Earlier, Samsung at the IFA event had unveiled three new Wave devices namely Wave 3, Wave M, and Wave Y. All the three devices run on Samsung's Bada 2.0 OS. The company in its another tweet clarified that though the upgrade will take place on all Wave devices, the features could be different depending upon device specs such as CPU, memory size, etc.
According to Unwired View, the cheaper Wave handsets such as Wave 525 and Wave 533 may not get the full-fledged features of Bada 2.0. However, users of Wave I S8500 and Wave II S8530 will be able to enjoy full Bada 2.0 experience.