Samsung B7320 Omnia Pro – Enabled Smartphone

The Samsung has pulled out their recent business phone called as Samsung B7320 Omnia Pro. This high end mobile phone has got every capability to answer all of your communication, business and fun expectations. This 3G enabled smartphone has got standard BlackBerry design with a large well spaced QWERTY keypad.
Here is a rundown of the specs the Samsung B7320 Omnia Pro has got:
The gadget weighs 102.1 grams and is 117 x 61 x 12.7mm in dimensions. The TFT screen uses 65K colors at 320 x 240 pixels resolution which is of 2.4 inches in size.
The Samsung B7320 has got a 3.1 mega pixel camera which has got built-in flash, digital zoom and auto focus capabilities too. Geo-tagging and face/smile detection are few special attributes incorporated by the company.
The gadget possesses the Windows Media Player 10 attribute which lets the users enjoy an array of music and video files on the phone. Moreover, the gadget incorporates Adobe Flash Lite too which ensures high quality video viewing including YouTube videos as well.
Samsung B7320 Omnia Pro is MySpace and Facebook compatible which means you can update your profile even on the move through the gadget itself. It also supports instant messaging tools like MSN, Windows Live, Yahoo! and AOL. For push email you can use the pre-installed Microsoft Outlook Mobile which works via Microsoft exchange.
Viewing documents is possible by making use of the Pocket Office attribute which allows you to view and edit Word, excel and PowerPoint, PDF files.
WAP 2.0, X-HTML and HTML standard web browsers along with Windows Live and Yahoo compatibility give an all round satisfied Internet usability.
3G HSDPA, HSCSD, WLAN Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with A2DP, USB, GPRS and EDGE connectivity choices have rightly been presented as expected.
The Samsung B7320 Omnia Pro is kitted up its own 256 MB of Ram and 512 of ROM which can be further enhanced through a MicroSD card slot accepting up to 16GB memory card.
The standard Li-Ion 1480 mAh battery guarantees 7 hours of talk time and 288 hours of standby time.