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  • Samsung B7610 enters the fray, officially

    Today at an event in Singapore, Samsung Korea officially launched four new handsets to the market. The flagship of the four phones introduced was the Samsung B7610, a part of Samsung’s Omnia brand of smartphones. The B7610 comes with a 3.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen display (800×480 resolution), a slide-out keyboard, a 5.1-megapixel camera, 1GB of memory, FM tuner, Wi-Fi, TV Out, and… Read More

  • Samsung prepping Android smartphone for Sprint & T-Mobile Q2 launch

    Word is that Samsung is planning on launching its first Android-powered sometime in the second quarter of ’09 on both Sprint and T-Mobile. Read More

  • Samsung prepping Android smartphone for Sprint & T-Mobile Q2 launch

    Word is that Samsung is planning on launching its first Android-powered sometime in the second quarter of ’09 on both Sprint and T-Mobile. The device is reportable going to be similar to the Omnia or Instinct, just powered by Google’s mobile platform. So if the phone does take after those two Samsung devices, chances are it will lack a hardware QWERTY keyboard and feature minimal… Read More

  • Verizon goes official with the Samsung Omnia SCH-i910

    Now that you know almost everything there is about the Samsung Omnia, including the WiFi, Verizon has made the Samsung touchscreen official. Honestly, there isn’t anything new here that wasn’t covered in our extensive review including the $250 price post $50 MIR and the December 8th¬†availability. Read More

  • Review: Samsung Omnia for Verizon Wireless

    First off, someone at Verizon Wireless must have been drunk or asleep at the wheel when they gave the Omnia the green light because it has Wi-Fi. Isn’t Verizon notorious for stripping that feature from every single phone in its lineup? Something tells me the other manufacturers are going to throw a fit over this bit of news. Quick Version: The Omnia boasts just about every feature… Read More

  • The Samsung T*Omnia: It's the Omnia, but with more T!


    When Korean telecoms giant SK Telecom calls saying they want your handset, what do you do? If you’re Samsung, you take said handset and give it the upgrade treatment. Such is the case with the T*Omnia, a bigger, better version of the Omnia headed for Korea sometime in the coming weeks. The most obvious change is in its display – they’ve taken the 400×240 screen and… Read More

  • Caution: Samsung Omnia box may contain little exploding people

    Looks like Samsung is sending little exploding paraders as ambassadors for the Omnia. Check out the video over at MobileCrunch >> (Thanks, David!) Read More

  • Samsung Omnia unboxing goes viral

    You’ve set the bar high for yourselves, Samsung. If a parade of tiny exploding people doesn’t rain out while I unbox my Omnia, I will be sorely disappointed. (Thanks, David!) Read More

  • Samsung releases i900 Omnia update, in Singapore


    IntoMobile is reporting that Samsung Singapore has released the first ROM update for the i900 Omnia Windows Mobile 6.1. Read more Read More

  • Samsung releases i900 Omnia update, in Singapore

    IntoMobile is reporting that Samsung Singapore has released the first ROM update for the i900 Omnia Windows Mobile 6.1. The firmware update fixes some bugs and includes new stuff like widgets for Samsung’s ‘Today’ screen and a new text input method for Chinese characters. While we’re thrilled about updates and new stuff, don’t get too excited, so far the update… Read More

  • Samsung OMNIA reviewed

    Dave at MobilityToday rocked out with the Samsung Ominia, a WinMo 6.1 smartphone straight out of Hong Kong. He does a full video review so I won’t spoil it for you but it’s a rare bird and there’s no pricing and availablity for the USA. Read More

  • Hands on: Samsung Omnia (i900)

    I’m over in Singapore, where Samsung has just pulled back the curtains on their Windows Mobile 6.1 touchscreen handset, the Omnia. I got to spend a bit of time with it — check out the full hands on over at MobileCrunch. Read More

  • Samsung i900 Omnia announced, but why today?

    This new WinMo 6.1 phone from Samsung comes in both 8- and 16-gigabyte versions and should be available this month – in July for Europe – and has quad-band EDGE and HSDAP support. There is also Wi-Fi and an accelerometer. It is also very pretty… holy cats! I think Steve Jobs just ordered a burrito! Read More