By September 5, 2008

Samsung i900 Omnia heading to the US

imageThe Samsung Omnia is by far the best Windows Mobile handset they have made so far, we reviewed it a few weeks ago, well the downside for our US friends was again the lack of 3G bands for them to benefit from fast data speeds. Well that looks like it is about to change a the FCC has just approved two new variants of the Omnia, the i907 and the i910. Full details after the break.

The i910 is a CDMA phone with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. An included sketch really resembles the original OMNIA but is without a SIM card slot, same as in a CDMA device. If this one gets officially announced, it is expected to be released with Verizon Wireless. The i907 shows a different looking model, but it is rumored to be the AT&T-bound OMNIA.

Currently, availability and pricing for both the Samsung i907 and i910 are not known, we guess we’ll just have to wait a while longer.

via gsmarena and the FCC

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