Editors Liked

  • Looks, build quality, display, UI, processor, camera, 720p recording, sound
  • Responsive Super AMOLED screen, excellent overall build and design
  • High build quality, Outstanding Super AMOLED display, Good camera for photos and videos, Bada has good UI, multitouch and web, Fast processor, Cheap with at least some carriers, Fairly long battery life
  • Vibrant Super AMOLED Display, Responsive Touch UI, WiFi, 3G and GPS Support, Good Camera, Very Good Music Playback
  • Fast processor, attractive to use, simple and intuitive layout, good screen, excellent sound quality, good camera and video
  • Comfortable, lightweight design, UI is user friendly and extremely smooth flowing, Superb audio quality, Plays 720p files without a hitch, Camera comes with plenty of features, Great battery life
  • Solid build quality; gorgeous Super AMOLED touchscreen; snappy 1GHz processor; good audio quality; 5-megapixel camera with 720p video capture
  • Excellent design, build and finish, stunning display, smooth interface, good quality camera, 720p video recording, HD video playback (including MKV), superb audio quality, multitasking support, terrific value for money
  • Neat, slim design. Fast processor and N-flavour Wi-Fi. Brilliant screen
  • Excellent Super AMOLED display, easy to use Widget UI with very flexible customization, lovely high end hardware
  • The Samsung Wave has a gorgeous, crystal-clear Super AMOLED touch screen. The 1GHz processor keeps the phone running smoothly, and the Wave has great call quality. The Wave also has a 5-megapixel camera and can capture HD video
  • Incredibly vivid Super AMOLED screen, Superb build quality, Fast overall performance, Beautiful HD video recording, Plays DivX and Xvid at high resolutions, Great call quality
  • Excellent social networking, universal calendar, phonebook that syncs with Facebook, Twitter and more, super-AMOLED touch-screen, and an HD video camera that also takes great pictures

Editors Didn't Like

  • Placement of speaker grill on top, 30 day navigation app, limited apps in app store, memory card not hot swappable
  • Bada OS is on its early stage, only has a few offerings
  • Very limited app and widget selection, Poor builtin Facebook, media, navigation and Twitter apps, Little reason to buy over Samsung's own Android phones, No text autocorrection
  • OS Still Has Some Niggles, Apps Store Doesn't Have Many Apps
  • Some built-in applications lack complete functionality, small applications store, marginal battery life, vibrates when battery's low
  • Couldn't integrate phone book with Social networking accounts except MySpace and MS Exchange, Couldn't use another handsfree or earphones
  • TouchWiz 3.0 user interface not as intuitive as competition; not many applications available in Samsung Apps
  • Clumsy web browser interface, no lens cover, no ambient light adjustment, too few apps on the Samsung store as of now
  • Uneven operating system. Limited built-in storage
  • At this point, there are virtually no apps available for download. Do we need another smartphone OS?
  • Samsung's TouchWiz 3.0 user interface is much improved over its previous versions; however, it is not as intuitive as others are, particularly as you get deeper into apps. It doesn't merge contact information from various accounts together and the
  • Not very intuitive interface, bada OS needs more improvement and fine tuning, Samsung Apps has a very poor catalog, Heavy 3D games might overwhelm the 1GHz CPU, Photos of the 5MP camera are not good enough, Dolfin 2.0 browser is not really mature for this
  • A) makes it inaccessible to other applications, Touchwiz UI keeps lagging
  • Hardly any apps available for download, temperamental maps feature, user interface is a little unintuitive and restrictedLook and Feel