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Images showing the user interface Samsung has grafted onto its upcoming Bada smartphone OS have appeared on the web.

Samsung Bada UI

We can't, alas, confirm the images' provenance - we usually follow sites' references back to the source, but in this case they end up looping between GSM Arena and Samsung Flash Wiki.

Samsung Bada UI

If genuine, the shots suggest Samsung is attempting to craft a UI the borrows the best from not only its own phone interfaces, but also from others, notably the iPhone, Android and Symbian.

Samsung Bada UI

Samsung announced Bada in November, before formally launching it early this month. At neither event, however, did the South Korean giant say what the OS' UI will look like. ®

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