Samsung Omnia W is a mid-range Windows Phone handset that we all know so well and we have great news for its owners: the Windows Phone Tango operating system is prepared for download, an update which can be installed in order to connect your device to Zune through the PC.
Samsung Omnia W features a 5 megapixels camera with auto focus, LED Flash or 720p HD video recording capability at 30 fps; and with the 0.3 megapixels VGA front facing camera, video calls can also be made. Its Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen has the ability to display 16M colors, with a resolution of no less than 480 x 800 pixels.
And under the hood Samsung Omnia W packs a 1400 MHz single core CPU with 512 MB of RAM memory and a total number of 8 GB as internal storage capacity, which we hope that is enough for you as long as no micro SD card slot was installed for memory expansion. As for the autonomy, Samsung Omnia W features a Li-Ion 1500 mAh offering a stand-by time of up to 370 h and a talk time of up to 7 h.