Leaked live images of the upcoming Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 smartphone have emerged, complete with a specification sheet. An update to the B7320, the B7330 still packs a QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile, but this time steps up to version 6.5 of the OS. There's also a 3.2-megapixel camera and HSDPA connectivity.
To be frank, you're looking at a pretty straightforward Windows Mobile messaging phone, though in lacking a touchscreen the B7330 does at least mark a small change from other WM6.5 devices we've seen previewed to date. In fact, the display is a 2.63-inch 320 x 320 TFT, its relatively small size keeping the overall bulk down to 115 x 59 x 10.8 mm.
Finally there's the usual splash of Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi and a microSD card slot, together with a 1,500mAh battery that's yet to be accompanied by any runtime predictions but which, if we were to be pushed at gunpoint to make some of our own, we'd expect a couple of average days use from before a rejuicing was in order. The Samsung Omnia Pro B7330 is tipped to land in October; no word on pricing as yet.
[via Unwired View]