Samsung Omnia W offers Windows Phone Mango experience


Samsung seems to have got their strategy down pat in the world of smartphones – they’re doing gangbusters where the Android scene is concerned, selling more than 10 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S2 to date despite being launched rather recently, and while their own set of bada-powered phones aren’t doing too hot, Samsung still finds the time to support another operating system – Windows Phone, where the latest model to be announced would be the Samsung Omnia W that will be the first Samsung device that runs on Windows Phone Mango, the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system.

As with most of the other high end phones from Samsung these days, your eyes will be treated to quite the performance thanks to a vivid Super AMOLED display and overall industrial design, not to mention enjoying enriched content and a social communication experience that is enabled by People Hub. Basically, Samsung is marketing the Omnia W as a different kind of handset which puts people at the center of everything.

Obviously when it comes to phones, most people would want to check out just what kind of specifications it will bring – and the Samsung Omnia W does not disappoint. From the 3.7 Super AMOLED display, you will also find no lack in processing power thanks to a beefy 1.4GHz processor, 14.4Mbps HSPA connectivity support, a 5-megapixel camera at the back while there is a VGA camera upfront for video calls, 512MB RAM, 8GB of internal memory as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support.

With half a dozen specialized Microsoft applications thrown into the mix to deliver an engaging content and communication experience, you can be sure that the Samsung Omnia W is perfect for those who tend to be more social than the rest. The Windows Phone People Hub will be integrated with social networking services such as Windows Live, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, making sure that you won’t have any troubles keeping in touch with the rest of your social circle.

No idea on pricing though, but we do know that the Omnia W will hit Italy first at the end of next month, with a gradual global rollout that comprises of the rest of Europe, CIS, Latin America, Africa, South East and South West Asia.

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