The network explained this week that the Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 has been equipped with a dedicated homescreen facility that will target professionals from small or medium-sized firms.
It was advised that the feature is based around a new user interface that links email and voicemail access with calendar appointments, contacts and other information.
With the full qwerty keyboard and 3G connectivity of the Windows Mobile 6.5-equipped Samsung Omnia Pro B7330, Orange UK’s director of business products Anthony Keyworth said the model "is a strong addition" to its catalogue.
"Devices such as this hold the potential to make businesses more efficient and are becoming strategic tools for customers, rather than purely communication devices," he added.
The B7330 appeared online in a series of leaked images earlier this year that the Samsung Hub website said clearly showed the model was designed to replace the Omnia Pro B7320.
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Posted by Paul Whalley