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Samsung today said its second-generation Bada based smartphone is now available to Britons.

The Wave II, aka the GT-S8530, runs Bada 1.2 and comes with a 3.7in touchscreen. It's a slim device that features front-facing HD capture, as well as HD playback and broad format support.

Samsung Wave II

The emphasis though is on social networking and gaming, and those who buy the handset before 31 March will receive a handful of free games, including Need for Speed: Shift, FIFA 10, Monopoly, Tetris and Assassin’s Creed: Altair’s Chronicles.

The Samsung Wave II is available now at Phones4U, for one. ®

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