The device you can see below is in fact Samsung Omnia II, but don’t be surprised by the fact that it doesn’t feature a cubic d-pad, since this is the version meant to hit Verizon. The Windows Mobile smartphone adopted a shield design for its directional pad, a trait similar to the B900 South Korean model.



Omnia II runs WM 6.1 with custom TouchWiz 2.0 UI with 3D effects and it sports an 800 MHz CPU, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, geotagging, image stabilization, face/smile detection and video recording. There’s also a GPS on board, plus an accelerometer, 8/16GB of storage space and a 1500 mAh battery.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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