updated 12:45 pm EDT, Mon June 15, 2009
Samsung Omnia LITE
As a final addition to its Omnia phone line, Samsung today put the Omnia LITE into its roster. The handset is the least expensive of the new generation and does so by using a 3-megapixel camera as well as a slightly smaller touchscreen; it's not known what resolution it uses or whether it's LCD or OLED, though the former is more likely in the name of price.. Cellular data over 3G as well as GPS and Wi-Fi still make their way to the device.
Like the Omnia 2, the LITE runs Windows Mobile 6.1 with TouchWiz 2.0 on top for a 3D means of navigating apps and media. Samsung hasn't said when it plans to ship the more economical smartphone but is likely to make it available at least in Europe.