Omnia Pro 4 and Omnia Pro 5

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today
unveiled the Omnia Pro 4 (B7350) and Omnia Pro 5 (B6520), operated on Windows Mobile 6.5. The devices,
on display at CommunicAsia Singapore, are powerful business tools that bring an integrated social
experience to busy work schedule.
The Omnia Pro 4, with an interactive touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard, deliver maximum efficiency
– ideal for responding to an early morning email or browsing the Web for research. An immersive and
responsive touch screen allows users to intuitively browse through photos, music files, and video clips.
The Omnia Pro 5 keeps its style and compactness with the colored QWERTY keyboard. The smartphone
that’s both sleek and professional will allow users to achieve maximum productivity away from the office.
“We are continuing to build on the success of the Omnia smartphone with an updated product lineup that
caters to the unique needs of young professionals and executives,” said JK Shin, President and head of the
Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “The Omnia Pro 4 and Omnia Pro 5 deliver a
smart, stylish mobile companion that combine productivity and multimedia functionality.”
Microsoft Office Mobile 2010 will enable office-like productivity on your Samsung Omnia. You can access
and edit files right on your smart phone and type efficiently with the ergonomically-designed QWERTY
keypad. Office Communicator Mobile allows you to use the same phone number for your mobile and office,
so you only have to put one piece of contact info on your business card.
You can join a Cisco WebEx online meeting on the Omnia Pro 4 and collaborate with colleagues around the
world. WebEx meetings are supported on the Omnia Pro 4 with simultaneous audio and web conferencing
allowing users to view shared presentations, see who joined the meeting, and see who’s speaking and even
The Omnia Pro 4 and 5 are also certified by Sybase Afaria, which allows secure access to enterprise
applications, creating a seamless business experience regardless of where you are.
With Samsung’s Omnia Pro 4 and 5, users can access the info needed while at a conference, and stay
connected to the personal networks while on-the-go. Built-in social networking applications and multiple
instant messaging platforms enables users to instantly connect and share content – whether it’s a business
presentation or a Facebook update. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity are also supported for seamless
With a 3.5mm audio ear jack that accommodates standard earphones and “Sound Alive” technology, the
Omnia Pro 4 and the Omnia Pro 5 will enhance music listening experience by superior effects and brilliant
sound quality. For snapping the best moment, the Omnia Pro 4 and Omnia Pro 5 support advanced features
like “Face Detection” and “Smile Shot” that automatically adjust settings. The smart, social Omnia phones
are also ideal for simply watching video and sharing it with friends.

The Samsung Omnia Pro 4 will be available from July in European Countries, CIS and South Eastern Asia
and Omnia Pro 5 will be available from August in SEA, MEA regions, India and Latin America.

Pictures and specs of Omnia Pro 4

Specifications of Omnia Pro 4

Samsung OMNIA Pro 4 (B7350) Product Specifications
GSM Quad band / HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (850/900/1800/1900MHz)
WCDMA Dual band (900/2100MHz)
2.62-inch, 65K, 320 x 320 TFT LCD
3.2 MP AF + CIF (VT Camera)
320×240 QVGA
15fps (MAX, QVGA), 15fps (MAX, QVGA)
H.263+AMR NB, MPEG4+AMR NB, ASF, Real One, WMV
Windows Media Player 10 (WMA, MP3, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, AMR)
FM Radio with Auto-tuning
Opera Browser
Push E-mail
Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
USB 2.0 FS
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
200MB + Micro SD (up to 32GB)
117.7x 59.8 x 11.9 mm


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  1. I’ve had the Samsung Rogue since Jan 7th, it worked fine until about a couple of months ago. my phone does not receive texts messages until about 20-30 minutes after the other person sent them. almost all of the time i will get several messages at once, when i do receive them. when i send a picture message sometimes it will send just fine and other occasions it may take a few mins, hours, or a day to get to the other person. i have heard of others having troubles with their phone randomly turning off, mine does that too. my first samsung rogue got so bad i had to get a replacement, that was practically 2 weeks ago. I am still having the same difficulties with my new one! I am so distressed, i just want to get a new type of phone. i payed retail for the rogue and am so mad that it turned out to be a crappy phone :/ just my rant…

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