Samsung are wasting no time at all in churning out handset after quality handset. It’s only last week that the Galaxy S3 was officially announced, then there was talk of a Windows Phone 8 handset that was to run on the same hardware as the S3, and now they’ve officially unveiled the Omnia M.
In keeping with Samsung’s wish to continue working with Windows Phone, the Omnia M will run on Windows Phone 7.5. It features a 4″ Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, 5MP camera and 4GB of internal storage.
It may not be a heavy-hardware handset, but Samsung have stated that the phone is more focused on a ‘wide array of social connectivity options.’ With Nokia gaining momentum in the Windows Phone market (they officially unveiled their Lumia 610 NFC today), Samsung are out to rival them for affordable WP handsets.
JK Shin, Samsung President of IT & Mobile Communications said:
‘Mobile consumers increasingly carry and share a large part of their lives through their phones. They are looking for phones that combine individual style with the ability to consume and share all kinds of content across their ever-growing social networks. The Omnia M meets all these demands, with the enhanced performance and social options afforded by Windows Phone and Samsung services.’
[Source: Techno Buffalo]