Samsung has introduced the new Samsung Omnia W, the first terminal of the firm operating under the Windows platform Phone 7.5, better known as Mango. This smartphone, which could be classified in the upper-middle range of the catalog of the Korean company, known for its benefits to the height of the leading phones. Integra Super AMOLED type screen of 3.7 inches, five-megapixel camera, 1.4 GHz processor clock speed and a wide range of connectivity options.
The Samsung Omnia W [click for price] has a simple design and elegant in a way quite straight bar corners. The handset weighs 115 grams and dimensions of 115.97 x 58.8 x 10.9 mm. Although not reaching the thinness of Samsung Galaxy S2 (8.49 mm) we can say it's a fairly lightweight mobile and convenient to carry in your pocket.
Super AMOLED panel includes a 3.7-inch with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels that offers bright colors and shiny. It also incorporates proximity sensor, accelerometer, ambient light detector and magnetometer.
The Samsung Omnia W does not disappointed in the section on connections. We connect to the internet from anywhere using the 3G with a maximum speed of 14.4 Mbps downstream and 5.76 Mbps upstream, if coverage fails we can always rely on 2G networks. In the event that we are near a wireless access point, it is possible to enjoy a high speed connection via standard 802.11 b / g / n. The terminal is compatible with DLNA technology, a service that allows communication between devices that are connected to the same wireless network. For example, we see photos or videos taken with the Samsung Omnia on a TV W compatible.