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Samsung Omnia due in US before mid-November?

updated 12:45 pm EDT, Wed October 15, 2008

Samsung Omnia by mid-Nov.?

Samsung's Omnia smartphone, considered to be one of many rivals to the Apple iPhone, may arrive in the United States by mid-November, a leak suggests. A purported rebate document shows a $70 discount applying between October 14th and November 15th, even though no formal release date has been announced. Although the entry could be outdated or otherwise inaccurate, it does hint that the phone might be available next month at the latest.

The Omnia -- currently sold only in Europe and Asia -- is based on Windows Mobile 6.1, but is primarily a touchscreen device with its own overlaid interface. Also present are a miniature trackpad, a five-megapixel camera, and wireless receivers for GPS, FM radio and Wi-Fi. Storage consists of 8 or 16GB of internal memory supplemented by a microSD slot.




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  1. abcyesn

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    samsung omnia

    I realised that whenever i install 3rd party apps. and those are required to be installed in the device memory, it will install in the device memory's storage, but not program memory. is there anyway to install them in program memory? because the device storage have very little space. I have 3.14mb storage memory and 48.92MB storage memory left in the device.

    http://www.Samsung-Omnia.org really helped me a lot.

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