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Samsung welcomes WinPho 7.5 with Omnia W

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Samsung has thrown the first of its Windows Phone 7.5 'Mango' hats in the ring, announcing a fresh Omnia to join its WinPho range.

Samsung Omnia W

The Samsung Omnia W comes with a 3.7in OLED display rocking a resolution of 800 x 480. It runs on a 1.4GHz processor and includes 8GB of internal storage, 512MB of Ram, a 5Mp camera and a 1500mAh battery.

Samsung has confirmed the Omnia W will be available in the UK later this year. It has no idea on pricing just yet, though - or if it does, it's not saying. ®

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