Samsung jump from the Symbian ship

Samsung have become the latest company to drop support of the Symbian mobile platform from their future handsets. Samsung become the second manufacturer in as many weeks to announce they are to halt work on phones using the open source…

Samsung set phone sales targets higher after Galaxy S success

Following the success of their Galaxy S Android smartphone, Samsung have announced revised sales targets through the this year and into 2011. Initially set at 18 million sales, Sammy is now aiming for 25 million sales, a projection that would…

Samsung Apps store gets beefed up prior to Wave launch

In preparation for the launch of the AMOLED Samsung Wave smartphone, Samsung's Apps store is said to have "more than tripled in size". The first handset to flaunt the new bada operating system, Samsung hope the bolstered app store and…

Samsung launch bada OS SDK for app developers

Samsung's new OS, bada, has been getting a fair amount of attention for the last few months now, with the sleek Samsung Wave handset the first phone to get it when it launches in a few months time. However, a…

Samsung Wave S8500 available to pre-order from Play.com

Samsung's Super AMOLED-flashing Wave S8500 handset was one of the highlights of this ears Mobile World Conference. It's now just popped up for pre-order over at Play.com, and at a far more affordable price than expected. £339.99 will bag you…

MWC 2010: Day 1 Round Up

Day 1 of Mobile World Congress 2010 has come to a close. Here's the first of our daily round-ups of the event, which today includes the official unveiling of Windows Mobile 7 and a smattering of new Sony Ericsson handsets…

MWC 2010: First bada handset revealed as the Samsung Wave

The first bada handset has officially been unveiled as the Samsung Wave, and it's looking pretty special indeed. Most striking is the Wave's 3.3inch Super AMOLED screen, running at WVGA resolution and using an imaging engine more commonly found in…