bada supported in PowerVR Insider Graphics SDK

We are happy to add Samsung’s new bada OS to our growing list of operating systems supported in PowerVR SDK.

bada is the 18th OS supported in the PowerVR SDK. bada is an open framework developed not just for the smartphone experience, but intended to work across platforms such as set-top boxes, digital TVs and various other consumer electronics products.

PowerVR SDK supports bada: samsung-wave-bada-os-smartphone
Among the first products sporting the bada OS is the amazing Samsung Wave phone, which is based on Samsung’s S5PC110 chip, which of course has our powerful PowerVR SGX 540 embedded.

Samsung’s bada OS enables applications to fully utilize powerful smartphone hardware by providing various APIs for interactivity including UI elements, 3D Graphics, multipoint-touch, sensors and motion support. Applications developed with the PowerVR Insider SDK with Samsung’s bada SDK can be sold through Samsung Apps, Samsung’s application store.

You can download the PowerVR SDK for bada here:

https://www.imgtec.com/powervr/insider/sdkdownloads/index.asp#GLES2

For more information about bada:

bada developer site

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