Samsung recently launched their much-awaited next instalment of mobile handsets. Running on the Windows Phone 7 operating system, the Samsung Omnia 7 features a 4-inch super amoled touch screen, 1GHz application processor, a 5 megapixel camera with HD recording, all packed into a sleek, slim-line design, with metallic finish.
“The Samsung Omnia 7 is our first Windows Phone 7 device and we anticipate that consumers will be drawn to its fantastic entertainment experience. Most importantly however, the device demonstrates our commitment to offering consumers a choice of platforms that fit their lifestyles,” Paulo Ferreira, Head of Mobile Product and Business Solutions at Samsung said in a statement.
Not only does the device have all the expected functionality of a Samsung handset, it will also be able to support Microsoft services such as Xbox LIVE gaming and Zune for music and video.
“We are proud to partner with Microsoft for what represents a significant milestone and a great addition to our Smartphone portfolio, which is fully supported by Microsoft, to continue to demonstrate the importance of this partnership for the consumer and Smartphone market alike,” Ferreira added.