Samsung Wave -- which happens to be the first production Bada device -- sports some pretty awesome specs, which probably doesn't make much sense for a proprietary platform that walks a very fine line between the smartphone and feature phone labels, has an immeasurably small fraction of the market uptake Android has, and isn't available in any form in the US. To that end, Sammy's toning things down a bit for round two in the form of the oddly-named Wave 723, which eschews the original's Super AMOLED display for a 3.2-inch TFT LCD but still manages to squeeze in 802.11n plus a 5 megapixel AF cam with LED flash. The phone's based on Bada 1.1, which adds UI auto-scaling -- in other words, Samsung's prepping developers to make sure their bountiful Bada apps work seamlessly across devices of different resolutions. No word on pricing, dates, or regional availability at this point, but it's reasonable to say that it's devices like the 723 that'll make or break Bada in the long term. Why this thing isn't just an Android 2.2 phone with TouchWiz 3.0, though... well, only Samsung can answer that one, we suppose.