White Samsung Omnia II to hit Verizon in July?

Announced by Samsung not long ago, the Omnia II i8000 might hit Verizon Wireless as early as July.

Moreover, it looks like the brand new Windows Mobile smartphone will come to Verizon in a white color version – Samsung has only announced a black one.

Phone Arena – the source of this rumor (because it’s a rumor after all) – doesn’t have further details, but let’s hope Verizon will soon come with something official about all this.

As you may already know, Samsung Omnia II i8000 is a high-end handset that has many cool features, including: a 3.7 inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 480 x 800 pixels, TouchWiz 2.0 UI, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, at least 2GB of internal memory, and a 5MP autofocus camera with dual power LED flash and 720 x 480 pixels video recording.

Samsung Omnia II Verizon white

The first-generation Samsung Omnia, launched by Verizon in November 2008, is currently available for $200 on contract.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • bcwatson

    I am positively salivating over getting the Samsung Omnia II.
    It has everything I've been wanting in a phone: 5mp camera with flash, GPS, WinMo, lots of memory, replaceable battery, memory card…

    I just wish they would set a U.S. release date and price….

    Barry (Verizon customer with a Palm Treo 700w)

  • bcwatson

    I am positively salivating over getting the Samsung Omnia II.
    It has everything I've been wanting in a phone: 5mp camera with flash, GPS, WinMo, lots of memory, replaceable battery, memory card…

    I just wish they would set a U.S. release date and price….

    Barry (Verizon customer with a Palm Treo 700w)