Windows-based Samsung impresses on feature set
3 December 2009 — 10:15 AM
Mobile recycling customers looking for a replacement device that uses Windows Mobile may be interested in the Samsung Omnia Lite B7300.
The model was put to the test in a recent review for TechRadar in which Phil Lattimore noted the handset was well equipped for one so compact.
He explained that in addition to the Microsoft operating system, the Omnia Lite was able to boast access to other software factions from the company such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.
High-speed connectivity thanks to the inclusion of Wi-Fi and HSDPA was highlighted as a plus and the gadget was also praised for its abilities to easily synchronise with a home PC.
"The communications and messaging facilities are extensive and well implemented on the device and we liked the media player options and playback," Mr Lattimore added.
Samsung also equipped the Omnia Pro B7330 with Windows Mobile 6.5 when it was launched earlier this year.
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