Samsung rolls out new OMNIA phone to the Korean market

Sections: Cellphones, Communications, Mobile, Smartphones

submit to reddit

Samsung T*OMNIA

Samsung is treating our friends from Korea with the release of a new version of the Samsung OMNIA called the Samsung T*OMNIA. But aside from modifying the name of the phone, Samsung is also introducing three new features which we didn’t see with the internationally released Samsung OMNIA.

These new features include a larger 3.3-inch screen, a higher screen resolution up from 240×400 of the OMNIA to 480×800 and a DMB TV Tuner or what is more commonly known as a digital TV Tuner. The last feature will allow our Korean friends to have mobile TV and quick Internet access on the T*OMNIA phone.

Other than those three new features, the rest of the T*OMNIA’s features and specs are practically identical to the previously released Samsung OMNIA. In case you’ve forgotten, here’s a quick rundown of those other features:

  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 OS
  • 5MP camera with auto focus, flash and image stabilizer
  • 4GB internal memory
  • external memory slot for microSD card
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Video recording/video editing functionality
  • A-GPS
  • Push Email/Instant Messaging

The Samsung T*OMNIA is a Quad band 850/900/1800/1900MHz phone that supports HSDPA network. It will be available in the Korean mobile phone market sometime mid-November for a still unknown price.

Via [Akihabara News]

Print Friendly