Samsung Omnia M review

samsung Omnia M

The Samsung Omnia M seems to be a lighter version of the Omnia W. It was launched in May this year and it has a solid and compact built.

Full specs on the official site here.

Above the screen on the right side of the ear piece speaker we can see the secondary camera and the proximity and light sensors. Under the screen we can see only Iphone like button with the Windows logo. On the left side it has the volume rocker keys while on the right side it has the power button and a dedicated camera button. At the bottom it has the microUSB port while on the top it has the 3.5mm jack.

The display measures 4 inches and has multitouch support. It is a Super AMOLED display with 16 million colors. It has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and a pixel density of 233ppi. Viewing angles are very good and the colors are vivid. The phone measures 121.6 x 64.1 x 10.5mm and weighs 119 grams.

Internal storage has 4 or 8 GB and unfortunately is can’t be extended. The Windows Phone OS 7.5 Mango is powers the 1 GHz processor. The amount of RAM memory is 384 Mb. The phone has accelerometer, proximity, compass and light sensors.

The Omnia M has a 5MP camera sensor. It has autofocus and LED flash and it can take pictures at a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. As main features it has geo-tagging and image stabilization; for the other features you have to dig through the settings menu. The pictures quality is above average with good noise levels and fine details. It can record WVGA videos at 30 fps which are not so extraordinary.

At connectivity it has 3G speeds on HSDPA and HSUPA up to 7.2 Mbps and respectively 5.76 Mbps. The Wi-Fi connections have b/g/n standards, Wi-Fi Hotspot and DLNA. Bluetooth is v2.1 with A2DP and the microUSB port is v2.0. The browser has HTML5 support and it work perfectly. Reflow and zooming are very good.

The phone has GPS with A-GPS support and Bing Maps and a stereo FM radio with RDS. The only color available is black.

The battery life is quite good. The phone has a standby time of 530 hours and a talk time of 12 hours and 40 minutes. Used wisely day by day the phone can stay on four about 2 days.

In conclusion the Samsung Omnia M is kind of a cheaper Windows Phone smartphone. It is well built with a silver metal design. You can check good deal for it and other phones on


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