News of the upgraded Samsung Omnia for Japan suddenly isn’t all that bad, if you’re coming from (or going to) Korea. Launched exclusively under Korea’s SK Telekom, the Samsung Omnia will be known as the T*Omnia, and will have a few upgraded features.
While it may look like it, T*Omnia isn’t a curse word by any chance. But you can speculate all you want because I don’t know what that T and * stand for in there either. I do know what’s new in the Korean Omnia, though, and while few, it’s definitely something worth upgrading to if you can.
SK Telekom’s Samsung T*Omnia is said to feature a new 3.3-inch 480 x 800 WVGA touchscreen, as well as support for Satellite DMB for mobile TV. The rest of the features haven’t changed, so that means it still runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, and is available in 4GB and 16GB models, both with expandable memory via microSD card slots.
Pricing was not mentioned, but it should be a little more expensive than the original, considering it has a couple of new features.
Via Mobile Burn
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