Samsung B7300 Omnia LITE, the new Windows Mobile 6.5 touchscreen device now available for testing on Perfecto Mobile’s service

Samsung has launched a new Windows Mobile (WM) smartphone Omnia Lite, which is also known as  B7300. The new touchscreen device is now available for developers who want to test their new mobile application on Perfecto Mobile’s Handset Cloud service.

A reviewer at PhonesLimited noted that the device is "a comprehensive handset which ticks all the right boxes. Its feature packed which ensures the owner will be fully occupied. The simple and effective use of the functionality is down to a simplistic navigation and access system which is integral to the phones desirability".

Another commentator at PDA-247 noted that "the Omnia Lite is a breath of fresh air in an industry dominated by Windows Mobile clones which vary only by design and some software add-ons. This phone takes the process much further and succeeds almost everywhere- a great battery, pleasing design, top specifications and a low price make it one of the very best Windows Mobile phones I have used to date. Would I use this over the HTC Touch2? Definitely".

At the same time, reviewer John Chan pointed out on CNET Asia that the downside of the phone is that  it comes with a 3-inch 400 x 240-pixel display. "This is the same resolution found on the original Omnia SGH-i900, but the diagonal length is shorter by 0.2 inches. This WQVGA resolution is an odd one that may not work with some third-party applications".

Date of introduction to the Perfecto Mobile service
November 10, 2009

 - Screen size: 240 x 400 pixels, 3.0 inches
 - Operating System: Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5
 - Device family: Samsung, Smartphones

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