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Samsung only recently announced the Omnia M budget phone for Europe last week, and now we've got hold of a price tag for the smartphone. Italian store ePrice has listed the Omnia M for €294.99, and is targeting the Lumia 610 but Nokia has been able to bring down the prices of their lower-end Windows Phones substantially.

The Omnia M, to refresh the early waking cogs on this Monday morning, sports a 1GHz  CPU with a 4" Super AMOLED screen and 4GB of storage on board. It features HSPA at 7.2MBps. Still no word on availability as-of-yet, but we're sure more details will come to light soon. The device is slated for a European release.

Source:, via: Plaffo



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venetasoft says:

Costs more than Omnia W !!! Really too high...

brorim says:

4 gb .. Seriously ????

Sarang68 says:

Samsung trying to rip us off?

DemiNutive says:

I'll stick to my Samsung focus flash I got for a penny from AT&T

metrop021 says:

I wonder how much money the OEM actually saves from putting 256 Mb of ram as opposed to 512... Is it really that noticeable?

Just imagine if it costs 10 euro, if they sell one million phones, that's 10 million Euro right there.

vijax21 says:

I liked the girl.. Please don't replace her..

khhuu says:

There are some very exciting devices due this Autumn sporting the new operating system, and they will be fundamental to its success.writing proposal