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 eprice.it 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.