If two's company and three's a crowd, then the mobile world is already over-saturated.
But Samsung still seems to think there's a place for its Bada OS, and recently announced that version 2.0 of the platform is on its way on board a trio of new handsets.
And now it's confirmed that existing Bada babes who jumped on the bandwagon with the original Wave and its successor the Wave 2 will also be getting Bada 2.0 via an update before the end of the year.
Samsung has already established itself at the front of the Android armada, and is among the leading exponents of Windows Phone 7 so far too – for what that's worth – but it's also forged a small but loyal fanbase for Bada thanks to the Wave and its successor the Wave 2.
But clearly Samsung intends to build on that, and a couple of weeks ago came the news that three more Bada phones were coming – the Wave 3, the Wave M and the Wave Y – and that they'd be running the all-new Bada 2.0.
Now the Samsung Bada team has confirmed via Twitter that Bada 2.0 will be available via upgrade for existing Wave devices “gradually” starting in Europe in Q4.
When pressed on exactly which devices, a second tweet clarified: “I meant all Wave devices but 2.0 features could be different depends on device specification such as CPU, memory size, etc”.