Just when we thought Samsung had only a couple of Cubic button phones under its sleeve, one more slips through suggesting that the Cubic range is bigger than we expected. Thanks to a Lithuanian retailer, I8000 or Omnia 2 has shown its face along with the full specifications.
As with the Omnia, Omnia 2 will also be Windows Mobile powered, v6.1 to be precise but a free upgrade to 6.5 is plausible. It supports quad-band GSM and has a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, 3G, TouchWiz UI, Wi-Fi, DLNA certified, Bluetooth, GPS, 150MB internal memory and microSD slot (up to 32GB), 8.1MP camera sensor with dual LED flash and a Qualcomm MSM6290 HSUPA chipset and Samsung’s S3C6410 mobile processor.
The phone is expected to launch in Q3 2009 and makes us ask the same question again, is this the Unpacked phone to be announced on June 15?
PS: Samsung’s S8000, another Cubic phone got a preview this weekend. Video below.