Samsung Omnia headed to Bell

Samsung Omnia

The rumours were true. Bell Mobility is getting ready to launch the Samsung Omnia. It is now listed as Coming soon on their site.

The Samsung Omnia is powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional and the TouchWiz user interface. It also comes with dual-band (800/1900MHz) CDMA/EV-DO rev.A connectivity, a 3.2-inch wide QVGA (240×400) touchscreen display with haptic feedback and an accelerometer to control screen orientation, a tiny trackpad, 128MB RAM and 256MB ROM, an additional 8GB of internal memory (for the Bell model), 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, an FM radio with RDS, a 5MP camera with flash and auto-focus, and a microSDHC expansion slot. On the software side, it also includes a full on-screen QWERTY keyboard and the Opera 9.5 browser.

Bell is also throwing in a 2GB MicroSD card with pre-loaded NHL content and a free subscription to Unlimited NHL (until June 30th).

Pricing is set to start at CA$129.95 with a three-year contract.

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