Samsung OMNIA HD is officially announced

Samsung OMNIA HD is officially announced
A little before the MWC started, spy photos of a Samsung model had appeared, known by the name of the Acme i8910, which had been said to be able to record HD videos. This information immediately attracted attention and a lot of people had been all ears, waiting for its official announcement.

And finally, the Korean giant has showed its new multimedia monster, the Samsung OMNIA HD, to the broad public. It is the first phone in the world, capable of recording HD videos, which gets done by the 8-megapixel camera and succeeds the idea of the original OMNIA, but pushes it even further. The new guy will sport a 3.7-inch touch-sensitive AMOLED display and will use the next-generation of the TouchWiz interface, TouchWiz 3D. It’ll all be packed in a luxuriously made thin body (12.7mm), combining special glass and aluminum.

For the moment, there is no additional information about the OMNIA HD, but we will soon learn more on it and, of course, will inform you as soon as possible. Expect our hands-on with the device, so stay tuned!

Samsung OMNIA HD Preliminary Specifications

source: NewsWire (Translated)


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