More on Samsung's upcoming B7610 Louvre this morning, and the suggestion that in fact the handset is set to arrive as the Samsung Omnia Pro. New photos, including a live-shot of the smartphone, have emerged, together with specifications seemingly confirming the 3.5-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, HSDPA/HSUPA and WiFi connectivity, and a 5.1-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash.
While the Omnia Pro will run Windows Mobile 6.1 (with an upgrade to 6.5 once that's released, unless Samsung postpone their launch until the new OS is available) it will also have different UIs to pick from: one "Pro" and one "Media" which presumably offers a more PMP-styled interface. There'll also be a dedicated button to switch between them.
Other specifications include GPS, DLNA support, a TV-out connection, Bluetooth and FM radio, plus a microSDHC card slot (up to 32GB supported) and 1GB of onboard storage. The battery is tipped as a 1,500mAh pack, while the CPU is an unspecified 800MHz chip. DivX, WMV and H.264 acceleration is supported. There's talk that the Samsung Omnia Pro will land in August 2009.
[via Unwired View]