Samsung launched the SDK for their Bada OS to their partner developers back in January 2010, now Samsung has made the SDK publicly available to all developers.
The Samsung Bada SDK is in beat, and it comes with everything developers need to program applications for their Bada OS, and anyone can register for a developer account and their is no fee associated with it.
The Samsung Bada OS is designed to be a completely open platform, and it supports Flash, and motion sensing through accelerometers, plus support for proximity and activity sensors.
Samsung have already launched a couple of smartphones that use their Bada OS, the Samsung Wave and the Samsung Beam, and have more device coming over the next few months.
via Into MobileFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News