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Samsung GT-I8700 Omnia 7 review

Product Name: Samsung i8700 Omnia 7
Specifications: Windows Phone 7, Qualcomm 8250 SnapDragon 1Ghz chipset, 4-inch 800×480 Super AMOLED touch screen display, 5 megapixel camera, LED Flash, 8GB memory, HSDPA, HSUPA, AGPS, WIFI, Bluetooth, microUSB

Samsung GT-i8700 Omnia 7 – initial thoughts

So here we are, the final big hitter in the world of software has entered the mobile OS ring with Windows Phone

Samsung Omnia 7 comes to Three


WP7 offering from Sammy on 3

Mobile phone network Three has made public it will be carrying the Windows Phone 7 based handset from Samsung, the Omnia 7.

Windows Phone ‘Mango’ update available for all WP7 mobile phones


Around the world

Seattle based software developers Microsoft has released an update to the deployment of the new Windows Phone 7 OS version known as ‘Mango’, where the platform is now available to all the earlier devices.

Samsung launches second Windows Phone 7 mobile phone and first Mango handset


At the same time and in the same device

South Korean electronics company Samsung has announced the Omnia W, their first official Windows Phone 7.5 ‘Mango’ mobile and only their second handset to run the latest Microsoft mobile phone operating system.

Weekly Review – July 8th

The week began with One Mobile Ring reporting that free apps have come to Orange, where the Xperia ray will be arriving in August, the Galaxy S II hits 3 million and the new BlackBerry Bold is now on sale.

Free apps come to Orange

For WP7 devices

Mobile phone network Orange has formed a partnership with Microsoft, to offer up free applications for Windows Phone 7 handsets – running on their network,

HD calls on Three


Clearer calls, sans the background noise

Mobile phone network Three has brought out news of high definition voice calling on their network, in addition to handsets that can benefit from the technology.

Weekly Review – 25th February

The week started with One Mobile Ring compiled a list of which networks will be receiving exactly what mobile phones, from the announcements at Mobile World Congress and we also published an initial thoughts review of the HTC Desire S.

Windows Phone 7 problematic update gets some answers

WP7 SP1 is needed, now

Seattle based software giant Microsoft recently rolled out update to their latest Windows Phone 7 OS has apparently caused some issues, with a number of handsets.