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31st July 2014
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Those rumours again.
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The touchscreen Samsung Omnia Lite B7300 mobile phone is compact, slim and supremely fast to use. Plus, it’s got a great 3.15 megapixel camera and media player, too.
At just 107 mm x 51 mm wide and 12 mm thick, phones don’t come much more sleek than the Omnia Lite. But that’s not to say that Samsung has skimped on functions. Far from it, in fact.
Take, for instance, the amazing TFT resistive touchscreen which has the ability to display up to 65,000 colours. And that’s not all. Thanks to the use of Samsung’s patented Touchwiz user interface, using the phone and getting to all its stand-out functions is a breeze.
These include a brilliant 3.15 megapixel camera, which comes with smile detection and autofocus to ensure you get the best images possible. You can then share these with friends with phones that support MMS messaging or upload them to social networking sites.
Other features of the Samsung Omnia Lite include a brilliant web browser with HSDPA support to ensure a fast mobile internet experience, a media player and built-in games to keep you entertained, an organiser, voice memo recorder and email with a handy document viewer.
To allow you to access all the phone’s functions simultaneously with minimum lag, the Samsung Omnia Lite utilizes the super-fast 6.1 version of the Windows Mobile operating system.