Samsung Announces Omnia M Windows Phone – Set For Initial European Launch

Samsung just recently announced the Samsung Focus 2, but it looks like Samsung is set to be on a roll for a while (hopefully) with the Windows Phone announcements. Samsung has now also announced, over the weekend, a new Windows Phone, the Omnia M set to initially launch in Europe. The phone will be Samsung’s set-to-compete Windows Phone against the Nokia Lumia 610. That said, the Omnia M is a Samsung low-tier Windows Phone, and will also eventually roll out to other regions after Europe.

The Samsung Omnia M features a 1GHz processor, 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 4 GB of internal storage, 384 MB of RAM, 5MP rear camera with LED flash, and front facing VGA camera. The Omnia M will also apparently be the first to introduce two new on board Samsung social features: Family Story, a cloud-based service that lets families swap messages, videos, and photos, and ChatON, a cross-platform chat and messaging app.

Italian website seems to have an unconfirmed price of the Samsung Omnia M. That supposed price is 299.99, but it will be safer to wait for an official price from Samsung/Microsoft.

Windows Phone Blog The Verge WPCentral


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