Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Samsung launched its latest 'iPhone Killer,' Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia

Yesterday, before Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced a new version of iPhone, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. launched one of its flagship phones of 2008; Samsung SGH-i900, also known as Samsung Omnia.

Omnia is a Latin word which means everything. In Arabic, it means wish. You can also refer it as an ‘iPhone clone’. Samsung is now desperate to break into iPhone’s market. Earlier, the company also released other models such as Samsung F480 TouchWiz saying it will be an ‘iPhone killer.’

If you are a regular reader of Asianbiz, you have already read about the phone. A Chinese website:, leaked out pictures of Omnia on the internet.

The current Omnia version will work in Asia’s 3G network but not in the USA 3G. On June 17th, the phone will be unveiled at te CommunicAsia trade fair in Singapore and would go on sale in South East Asia that week. It will be available in Europe in July.

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iPhone Apps, Hacks and Reviews said...

How much do you think it will cost?

Anonymous said...

heard it's around 1,100 SGD with no contract.