Samsung Omnia M runs off Windows Phone platform
When we talk about smartphones from Samsung, most of us would think of the Android operating system that is so prevalent among the major smartphone manufacturers, including the behemoth that we know of as Samsung. Well, they have their very own in house operating system as well known as the Bada OS, but Bada has not really taken off in a large way, and could be confined as a niche operating system in the end. Samsung, too, has dabbled in the world of the Windows Phone platforms but the thrust of their smartphone business had always been Android-centric.
Well, we are glad to say that with the Samsung Omnia M, the hegemony of the Android platform has been interrupted albeit for a while. Also going by the model number GT-I8350, the Samsung Omnia M is a Windows Phone-powered smartphone that is ideal for social and entertainment multi-taskers, and official word has it that the Omnia M will arrive in Europe first, before it makes its way to the rest of the world at specified times.
Just what does the Samsung Omnia M deliver upfront? It will, of course, feature top-notch multimedia capabilities as well as a wide array of social connectivity options, making the Omnia M ideal as a smartphone for non-stop entertainment, content sharing and the ability to keep in touch in whatever way that suits you. It will come in a stunning design that is pleasing to the eyes, making you think that the 1GHz processor inside works faster than it is, coupled with a vividly large 4” Super AMOLED display.
Featuring an ergonomic contoured casing which ensures the device will reside comfortably in your hand, the aforementioned expansive 4.0″ Super AMOLED display has reduced glare to deliver an incredible viewing experience, letting you view messaging, multimedia and Web content in brilliant color and clarity even if you are under bright light conditions, without sapping your battery life significantly.
Any takers for the Samsung Omnia M if you want to have a go at the Windows Mobile platform this time around?