It was a mere 10 days ago when we first reported about pre-orders for the Windows Phone powered Samsung Omnia M
, as an Italian online retailer started accepting them
, but now it’s been spotted hanging out over at the FCC
Looking into the filing, we find that the Samsung Omnia M will be sporting GSM and 3G radios only, so if you’re looking for next-generation LTE connectivity, you’ll want to check out AT&T’s Samsung Focus 2 instead, which so happens to pack somewhat similar specs. Just to jog you memory, the Samsung Omnia M features a 4” Super AMOLED display, single-core 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel rear camera, front-facing VAG camera, and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
As it currently stands, there’s no word regarding carrier availability, but it could also possibly end up becoming nothing more than an unlocked model, which should no doubt appease those weary global travelers out there. Nevertheless, there are quite a few North American operators where this smartphone can potentially call home – even with one of the several carriers north of the border.