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Early 2010 launch?

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Samsung only announced its open mobile platform alternative to Android two days ago, but the first image of what may be the first Bada-based smartphone has already appeared online.

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Could this be Samsung's first Bada smartphone?
Source: GSM Helpdesk

Nothing has been revealed about the mystery device’s technical specifications and it’s still unknown if the image is authentic - or simply a rendering by a Bada enthusiast.

Based on what you see above, though, the Bada phone surely boasts a touch-sensitive screen.

Bada is expected to become the OS of choice for Samsung’s mid-range phones. While the first Samsung Bada-based device could, according to a report by website GSM Helpdesk, be unveiled during Q1 2010. ®

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