A couple of weeks ago, we reported that Samsung had officially announced the Omnia M Windows Phone handset for Europe. At that point in time, it looked as though the handset was set for a European launch and there was no mention if it would ever make its way stateside, at least until now. It looks as though the Samsung Omnia M has been recently spotted at the FCC although it looks like it will only come with GSM and 3G radios, so for those hoping for an LTE capable Windows Phone handset, you’ll have to turn to other devices like the Nokia Lumia 900.
For those who might have missed our coverage, the Omnia M will sport a 4” Super AMOLED display with a 1GHz single-core processor under its hood. It will come bundled with Samsung software like AllShare and ChatON, a VGA front-facing camera and a 5MP rear-facing camera and will run on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Now that its cleared the FCC hurdle, we have to wonder when will it be launched and which carrier it could be headed to, so be sure to check back with us in the future as we will keep you updated on the situation!
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