Samsung Omnia (unlocked)

The unlocked GSM Omnia was the first Omnia we reviewed. We liked its TouchWiz interface and its extensive multimedia features. It comes in two memory sizes: 8GB or 16GB.
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Samsung Omnia (Verizon Wireless)

Verizon's Omnia shares many of the same features as the unlocked model, but adds support for the carrier's Rev. A EV-DO network.
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Samsung Omnia HD

Samsung announced the Omnia HD at the GSMA World Congress last February. It is a quad-band GSM world phone with tri-band HSDPA 3G support. Features include an 8-megapixel camera, an FM radio, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a Symbian series 60 OS, Samsung's TouchWiz interface, and a digital music player.
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Samsung Omnia II

The Omnia II will arrive at Verizon Wireless later this year. It will offer a 65,000-color AMOLED display, a 5-megapixel camera, a digital music player, Assisted-GPS, stereo Bluetooth, TouchWiz 2.0, wi-Fi, Windows Mobile 6.1, and an FM radio. There will also be a GSM Omnia II.
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Samsung Omnia Pro B7610

The Omnia Pro B7610 is more work than play. You'll find Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a 5-megapixel camera with video recording, a music player and FM radio, Stereo Bluetooth, and 1GB of internal memory.
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Samsung Omnia Pro B7610

The B7610 also offers a roomy slide-out keyboard.
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Samsung Omnia Pro B7320

The Omnia Pro B7320 has a BlackBerry-like design with a full QWERTY keyboard below the display. Features include a 3-megapixel camera, a 65,000-color display, Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, a speakerphone, stereo Bluetooth, and a music player.
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Samsung Omnia Lite B7300

The Omnia Lite is the most basic handset in the family. It promises a 65,000-color display, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a 3-megapixel camera, Assisted-GPS, a music player, and an FM radio.
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