Samsung may have found a lot of recent success with its branded line of Galaxy S phones running on Android, but it's also committed to Windows Phone 7. The Omnia will bring Samsung's industry-leading mobile tech to Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
The Omnia 7 brings to Windows Phone 7 stuff that only Samsung can, like a Super AMOLED display and an extremely long battery life (almost two and a half weeks on standby mode). Full specs are as follows:
Screen size: 4.0 inches
Processor: 1 GHz
Other Specs: 800x480 resolution, 8 GB internal storage, Super AMOLED display
Camera: 5 MP, HD-capable
While the Omnia 7 will of course pack in all the Microsoft connectivity, like full access to Xbox Live and other Windows Live services, Samsung hasn't really commented yet on its own device connectivity. The electronics firm is trying to tie together its phones, TVs, and other devices.
In addition, it plans to roll out its own internal media store, like iTunes, in the near future. We know these features will be available in future Android devices but it's unclear if the Windows Phone 7 architecture allows for that.
Via Samsung Hub