Samsung announces Omnia W, Samsungs first smartphone running on Windows Phone 7.5
26 September 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Samsung Omnia W was today announced as the first mobile phone from the South Korean company running on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system
The Omnia W is the first mobile phone from Samsung which runs on Windows Phone 7.5, the latest operating system from Microsoft. The Omnia W is a touch screen smartphone with a 3.7 inch display and 480 x 800 pixel resolution. The Samsung AllShare is the name of a service where many Samsung devices such as TC, tablets, PC and mobile phones can communicate easily where music, movies and images stored on local networks can be streamed to the Omnia W via DLNA.
Samsung Omnia W is the successor to the Omnia 7 and while the size is smaller, the display has decreased from 4 to 3.7 inch, the processor speed has increased from 1 to 1.4 GHz.
For the business user, the Omnia W and Windows Phone 7.5 offers encrypted email and integrated Microsoft Office with all the familiar MS programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Encrypted email.
Xbox Live is integrated into the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS which makes it easy to play online using the Omnia W.
Samsung Omnia W has a built in router where mobile network access can be shared to other devices via Wi-Fi.
Samsung Omnia W highlights
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Like it really nice...glad to see more windows phone handsets!
Seems Samsung doesn't care about MP anymore but GHz.
Nice!! Well,Samsung's handsets have had good 5mp cameras like Wave & Wave 2/The Omnia 7 & Galaxy Ace.
Some live pics!
Nice I thought it was yours then. I thought Samsung would have made a bigger battery & screen though