Samsung M8920 to start selling in Q3, Omnia 2 will follow later

10 June, 2009 | Comments (21) | Post your comment

More info on one of the hottest cameraphones of all times, Samsung M8920 just came in. The 12 megapixel 3x optical zoom-equipped monster of a shooter will hit the shelves in the end of Q3 2009 so don't hold your breath just yet.

Samsung M8920 Monaco
Samsung M8920 Monaco

As if that wasn't sad enough news to all Samsung fans, the Omnia2 will be coming to the market in the late autumn. The successor of one of the most popular WinMo devices ever will appear in October, bearing the name Samsung I8000 Omnia2.

Samsung I8000 Omnia2
Samsung I8000 Omnia2

Bear in mind however that these dates concern the actual availability, the handsets can be announced earlier so we can learn all the juicy details about them several months in advance of those dates.

Finally it seems that all the guesses that Samsung S8000 Jet will be announced at the Samsung Unpack event on 15th June are correct. Yet another source comes to confirm that the similarities between the leaked official photo and the X-ray one, published on the event official site is anything but a coincidence.

Samsung S8000 Jet
Samsung S8000 Jet

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Samsung M8920 to start selling in Q3, Omnia 2 will follow later - reader comments

  • Spyros/Cesar.s.c.

If Samsung Louvre finally come out for Samsung, all the SAMSUNG and Windows mobile lovers, will have to choose between this and I8000.

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  • 2009-06-12 09:36
  • 3AdM
  • Cesar/Spyros.s.c.

If Samsung want to do the I8000 the real successor of I900 Omnia must make this phone better than I900 in all its features. So, do not be scared for the RAM and for the memory. Im sure that SAMSUNG will manage finally to put to I8000 16GB ang a very ...

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  • 2009-06-12 09:33
  • 3AdM
  • dd

Im using omnia right now. I like WinMo. BUT I dun like resistive screen and 65k color. Its nothing samsung can do. Its something microsoft MUST DO. Let WinMo7 able to run on capacitive screen with no color restiction. And ofcourse make virtual button...

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  • 2009-06-11 17:26
  • TIE7