It was just four days ago when Samsung introduced the Windows Phone powered Samsung Omnia M
, its latest Omnia branded handset. This is purely a low to mid-range model
with its single-core 1GHz processor (of course, until Apollo, dual-core and Windows don't mix). Other clues to where the Samsung Omnia M lies on the social ladder include its 384MB of RAM, the 5MP rear-facing shooter and the VGA front-facing camera. The 4 inch Super AMOLED display features resolution of 480 x 800 which is due to Windows Phone
7.5 regs. On board is 4GB of native storage. Obviously, this is far from being flagship material.
The Samsung Omnia M can be pre-ordered from Italian retailer ePrice. Image courtesy of Samsung Tomorrow.
Italian online retailer ePrice has the Samsung Omnia M listed on its site and the interesting thing is that the device is being priced as though it were a higher-end model. At 249.99 EUR (about $380 USD), you can pre-order the Samsung Omnia M. On the other hand, as pointed out by WMPoweruser
, you could buy the Nokia Lumia 710 (with its single-core 1.4GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of native storage) for 264.99 EUR, or you could get better value from the entry-level Nokia Lumia 610 for 195.99 EUR ($341 USD and $252 USD respectively).
Where not sure exactly where else on this big rock the Samsung Omnia M will end up after its launch in Europe. Samsung says it will be heading to other regions
which covers just about anywhere.
(translated) via WMPoweruser