Yesterday, Samsung announced a few phones, two of which are Windows Mobile. While nothing earth-shattering, new Windows Mobile phones are becoming a rare thing these days and messenger-devices even more so.
Mobility Minded got their hands on the new Samsung Omnia Pro 4 (B7350) which features Windows Mobile 6.5.3
- 2.62" screen (AMOLED?)
- 3.5mm headset jack
- 3.2MP camera
- Quad-GSM/dual-band 3G
- WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS
- 1500mah battery
- CPU = ?
Mobility Minded seemed to like the device noting
My first impression was a very responsive Windows Phone that combines the versatality of a touchscreen and Windows Mobile 6.5.3 with a full QWERTY hardware keyboard, that makes e-mail, sms and text-input on Twitter, Facebook or other social media clients extremely easy.
While still not the power-house messenger-device we dream of, the Omnia Pro 4 looks decent enough for those of you still attached to that OS and form-factor--both of which we fully understand. Read the rest for the full report.
[Mobility Minded via WMPoweruser]
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