Prior to its high-end, LiMo-based, handset and Galaxy Lite launches, Samsung has officially announced the Omnia Pro and has stated that all of the mobile phones within the Omnia range will be run by Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows Mobile 6.5.
The official announcement of the Omnia Pro handset also means that it has been given an official label - in this case, the B7330.
The new mobile will feature a display packing in 320 x 320 pixels. This sits just above the full QWERTY keyboard while a HSUPA fast data transfer facility has also been included. Other features include a built in camera which handles a reasonable specification of 3-megapixels plus FM radio for entertainment purposes a media player plus powerful messaging functions, according to the Engadget website.
The Omnia Pro will be available during October, no price point has been released as yet.
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