Samsung Omnia LITE "a great all-rounder"
18 September 2009 — 2:00 PM
The second of four models in the Samsung Omnia range could be a solid purchase for those who send a lot of messages, it has been advised.
According to the South Korean manufacturer, all of the new gadgets benefit from being equipped with the latest Windows Mobile technology, but the Omnia LITE boasts a number of other facilities.
With access to a multi-push email system and 3G HSDPA and Wi-Fi, the device is well-equipped for the internet - which could make it ideal for messaging or staying connected via social networking websites.
Microsoft Office and the Opera web browser are also built into the handset and a three-megapixel camera and A-GPS are noted by the firm as facilities that make it "a great all-rounder".
In addition, the phone boasts Samsung's TouchWiz 2.0 user interface, as well as DivX video playback, Bluetooth 2.0 and 250 MB of internal memory that is expandable to up to 32 GB with a card.
Along with its siblings in the Omnia range, the company's vice president in the UK and Ireland Mark Mitchinson said the all of the models are some of "the most important additions to our portfolio".
Samsung also recently added the Genio to its catalogue of new touchscreen handsets.
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