While there are some design quirks, and we're still waiting for a U.S. release, the Samsung Omnia promises to be a solid alternative to the Apple iPhone.
While the lack of 3G and expensive price tag will keep it out of the hands of the masses, the Samsung i890 Omnia HD is a powerful multimedia smartphone that rivals the other high-end touch-screen devices.
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While not the most powerful smartphone on the market, the Samsung Omnia II features an improved user interface and a richer multimedia experience to make it a worthy upgrade over its predecessor and one of the best Windows Mobile devices on the market.
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Though slightly more expensive, Verizon customers looking for a touch-screen smartphone will get a better user experience and faster performance from the Samsung Omnia than the RIM BlackBerry Storm.
This product is available direct from Verizon Wireless.
Phones 4u will be selling the Windows Phone-powered Omnia M from Wednesday, but you may want to steer clear.
Samsung has announced the Omnia M, a new Windows Phone smartphone with near identical specs to its 2010 predecessor.
The device comes with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and 1GHz processor. Samsung says it will roll out the handset to other regions at a later date.
The smartphone will hit stores starting in Italy in late October and spread through Europe, Latin America, and other parts of the world. No date has been set for the U.S. yet.
The Samsung Omnia W is a new Windows Phone blower that will come with Mango, the new version of the operating system.
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