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Samsung Omnia Called T*Omnia in Korea with Improved Specs

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 Samsung Omnia Called T*Omnia Samsung has just announced the launch of “T*OMNIA”, the Korean version of “Samsung OMNIA”, which would be available starting with mid-November under an exclusive deal with SK Telecom, one of the largest mobile operators in Korea.

Compared with the original Samsung OMNIA, “T*OMNIA” has been equipped with an upgraded 3.3” WVGA touch screen (480x800) and Satellite DMB function, an essential feature for Korean users who would like to enjoy Mobile TV and Internet with their mobile phones anytime, anywhere.

One of the most outstanding features of the new “T*OMNIA” is an innovative user interface. Based on the most up to date Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system, “T*OMNIA” has a user-friendly “Today” idle screen as well, which is automatically converted as weather and time change. Its advanced widget features such as news, weather or stock information are updated in real time.
 Samsung Omnia Called T*Omnia Korean customers can experience all of the appraised original Samsung OMNIA’s top-of-the-line features available in today’s mobile phones as well. For ease of navigation, an optical mouse similar to those on laptop computers offers improved usability and one-handed control. “T*OMNIA” also comes with a five-megapixel CMOS camera with auto-focus and image stabilizer, Wi-Fi connection and GPS features.

DivX supported touch player and Samsung’s patented sound quality technology “DNSe”(Digital Natural Sound engine) help users enjoy various dynamic multimedia experiences. The handset’s generous internal memory capacity options (4GB in SCH-M490 / 16GB in SCH-M495) and extendable slot for additions ensure ample storage space for digital assets.

“T*OMNIA” offers an enhanced multimedia experience with HSDPA networks with speeds as fast as 7.2Mbps. With Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0, users also will be connected to a range of peripherals including wireless headsets and mobile printing.

It’s a pity that the upgraded version of Samsung OMNIA won't be available outside of Korea, but I guess we have grown used to see that the highest technologies are only available in Asia.

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