The device is the latest model to emerge from the South Korean manufacturer to come equipped with the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system that features access to Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook and much more.
Phil Lattimore explained in his recent review for TechRadar, however, it is many of the other whistles and bells the device has to offer that may impress buyers.
“The communications and messaging facilities are extensive and well implemented on the device and we liked the media player options and playback,” he said.
Also onboard the B7300 is a three-megapixel camera, three-inch touchscreen and integrated TouchWiz user interface.
Samsung’s Omnia Lite joins a host of other similarly-branded mobile phones in the company’s range boasting Windows Mobile, like the Omnia II that was launched in 2009.
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