Samsung boosts Omnia range with three new models

18 June 2009 — 5:00 PM

Trading in an old Samsung could help buy a new one

The latest phones from Samsung build on the success of the Omnia, a phone originally launched in 2008.

It was announced this week that consumers recycling mobile phones can expect to see three new editions of the device - with each targeted at a different type of user.

The Samsung Omnia II - or I8000 - as it will also be known - is a Windows Mobile 6.1-enabled handset with a host of multimedia facilities including a 3.7-inch AMOLED display. The firm claims this model is focused on all-round performance.

Based on helping people attain a healthy work/life balance, the OmniaPRO (B7610) offers a full qwerty keyboard, push email, as well as a "PC-like internet browsing experience with Opera 9.5 and fast data transmission".

Finally, the OmniaLITE (B7300) will be a smartphone "with full support of multimedia, internet and business features", while remaining easy-to-use.

The device is equipped with the Samsung TouchWiz 2.0 user interface and also features a 3D multimedia player.

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