The global leading maker of mobile phones, Samsung has introduced its newest smartphones at CommunicAsia 2009, including Samsung Omnia II (I8000), Samsung OmniaLITE (B7300), Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 and Omnia Pro B7320, which feature variety of cutting-edge technology and diverse functions aimed to suit a wide range of user needs.

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samsung_omnia2Highlights of Samsung Omnia II:

  • Large 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED screen display
  • Innovative TouchWiz 2.0 User Interface
  • Advanced R Touch (Resistive Touch) enables faster and more accurate touch response
  • DVD-like (480p) video recording/playback
  • 3D effects make enjoying multimedia and multi tasking convenient and fun
  • Smooth Internet browsing as well as interactive 3D games
  • HSUPA 5.76Mbps, HSDPA 7.2Mbps and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Holds up to 48GB memory storage thanks to microSD card slot

samsung_omnia-lite_Highlights of Samsung OmniaLITE:

  • 3 megapixel camera and A-GPS
  • TouchWiz 2.0 UI
  • 3D multimedia player interface enhances entertainment experience
  • Multi-push email access and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Opera Browser
  • HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Multi-codec supported high-quality video experience

samsung_omnia-pro-b7610Highlights of Samsung Omnia Pro B7610:

  • Slide-out QWERTY keyboard
  • 3.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 800×480 pixels resolution
  • 5 megapixel camera with smile shot
  • Opera 9.5 browser
  • Push email and multiple corporate e-mail technology
  • 1GB internal memory and FM tuner
  • A-GPS with navigation support
  • HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity

samsung_omnia-pro-b7320Highlights of Samsung Omnia Pro B7320:

  • BlackBerry-style QWERTY keyboard
  • 3 megapixel camera
  • Includes social networking applications like Facebook and MySpace as well as IM support for MSN, Google Talk and Yahoo Chat
  • Supports corporate push email
  • FM radio with RDS and Wi-Fi

According to Samsung, the latest Omnia smartphone series that run on Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system will be updateable to Windows Mobile 6.5 once the new OS is available.