Samsung 2009 touch phone line-up: Omnia HD on WinMo 6.5, 12mpx Pixon successor and more

Samsung Android phone was not the only Samsung handset to be presented at a dealer event in  Amsterdam today.

Actually, it looks like Samsung presented its full 2009 touchscreen phone line-up for Europe, that includes about 10 unannounced devices.

Unfortunately, both the details about new phones, and the images of the handsets are extremely unclear and blurry:


Among the most interesting highlights of said event was Samsung Android phone we mentioned earlier.

Another one was Samsung Omnia HD running Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. No other details about this new phone were made public yet, but the specs shouldn’t be that different from the Symbian based Omnia HD.

Besides that, we know there will be at least two business class QWERTY sliders in the new Samsung line-up, and what seems to be the new high end photo focused device – which is  probably a 12 mpx Samsung Pixon successor.

Stay tuned for more info as it emerges.


Author: Stasys Bielinis

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    Comment someone who calls himself John posted on WMPoweruser:
    “From what I’ve heard (I think I’ve heard the interview that the All About Phones-article was based on, the man from Samsung said that the touchscreen of the new OmniaHD works better, because the old Omnia was based on Windows Mobile. He added that he expected that the new WM should be able to solve the touchscreen problem. I think the All About Phones reporter understood him wrongly.
    And of the phones displayed on the slide in your picture, maybe a few are new. If you look close enough (but maybe you should have seen it to come to this conclusion), you recognize the phones announced in Barcelona, like BeatDJ.”

  • BoyBawang

    OmniaHD has Capacitive screen. Does that mean Windows Mobile now supports capacitive?? :)

  • Sam


  • Sam