Samsung Omnia M unveiled as Windows Phone handset
Following on from last week's Samsung Galaxy S3 unveiling, Samsung has outed its next Windows Phone handset in the form of the Omnia M
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Whilst the tech world salivates at the potential of the Galaxy S3, Samsung has expanded its Windows Phone offering officially unveiling the Samsung Omina M.
Taking on the likes of Nokia’s Windows Phone leading Lumia 800 and recently launched Lumia 900 handsets; the newly revealed Omnia M builds on the company’s original Microsoft OS filled device, the Samsung Omnia 7, with the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS adding to a selection of improved hardware features.
Samsung Omnia M Specs
Featuring an impressive array of specs, Samsung’s latest Windows Phone handset lines up with the company’s trademark impressive display with a 4-inch Super AMOLED offering featuring alongside a 1GHz single-core processor all wrapped up in a sleek 10.5mm form factor.
With a 5-megapixel rear-mounted camera the Samsung Omnia M boasts 4GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD card. Elsewhere 383MB of RAM help the handset keep chugging along.
Although precise release and pricing details have yet to be revealed, Samsung has confirmed that the Omnia M will launch in Europe first before being rolled out on a global basis.
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