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Samsung Omnia W priced in Italy at €349

We've just got word of pricing information for the Samsung Omnia W in Italy. We previously reported a leak that saw the handset to be priced at $569. TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) has the Omnia W up on their website for €349 ($480/£305), which isn't too bad considering the device comes packed with a 3.7" Super AMOLED screen, 1.4Ghz processor and a 5MP rear camera.

India has also launched the Omnia W at Rs 19,900, only slightly cheaper than Italy's pricing, so this could be a good indication for us Euorpeans.

Source: TIM, via: Windows Phone Italy (Google Translate)

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Dusteater says:

You Europeans are lucky, getting stuff months before me, only an hour drive from Redmond. Enjoy! =D

Forrestall says:

@Dusteater, will do! You enjoy the services, features and some apps most of us in Europe lack ever since Windows Phone launched ;)