Samsung B7330 OmniaPRO Preview: First LookBy cheatmaster 02:49 Mon, 09 Aug 2021 Comments
Samsung have just released their B7320 OmniaPRO and now, just a few short weeks later, they are introducing the B7330 OmniaPRO. Some might think there is something wrong. To acquire straight to the point, there’s nothing incorrect with the B7320 OmniaPRO. But who are we to frown at an upgrade.
Now, that’s where it gets a bit tricky. First of all, it’s not a major upgrade involving a lot of investment and effort. Plus, the two handsets will perhaps coexist peacefully serving different markets. Still, a few nice small touches create the recent B7330 OmniaPRO a real treat. The newcomer is slimmer, has brilliant ergonomics and is quite keen to double its predecessor’s data speeds and boost classy screen size and resolution.
Samsung B7330 OmniaPRO official photo
And the gigantic news of course is Windows Mobile 6.5. We guess the release of the B7330 OmniaPRO is meant to herald the Operating System (OS) upgrade rather than sdiscontinue the B7320 into oblivion. Actually, the latter – along with the other current Omnia handsets running the earlier 6.1 version of the Operating System (OS) – will at some point be upgradeable to WinMo 6.5 anyway.
Having cleared that up, we can now acquire on with our first see at the cute Samsung B7330 OmniaPRO. Cute may sound a bit odd for a business device, but the handset does see and feel great, and is so wonderfully compact that we couldn’t think of any other word to portray it. So, it’s a brand recent WinMo powered QWERTY messenger that’s keen to serve and please the eye. Sounds worth a closer look, doesn’t it?
Samsung B7330 OmniaPRO at a glance:
- General: Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS 900/1900/2100 MHz, EDGE class 10, HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
- Form factor: Full QWERTY bar phone
- Dimensions: 114.9 x 59 x 10.8 mm, weight 107 grams
- Display: 2.62" 65K color TFT display, 320 x 320 pixels, remarkable sunlight legibility
- Platform: 528 Mega Hertz (MHz) processor
- OS: Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Standard
- Memory: 270Mega Bytes (MB) storage, 256 Mega Bytes (MB) RAM, hot-swappable microSD card slot (up to 32GB)
- Camera: 3.15-megapixels auto-focus camera, geotagging, QVGA@30fps video recording
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, standard microUniversal Serial Bus (USB) port, GPS receiver with A-GPS
- Misc: Office document viewer and editor
- Battery: 1500 mAh Li-Ion battery
The Samsung B7330 OmniaPRO at ours
As you can see, there are some differences compared to the B7320 but they aren't that significant. However, what has been changed has been changed for the better, so now the classy screen sports some more pixels and real estate, there’s Windows Mobile 6.5 correct out of the box, boosted up HSDPA and HSUPA, and a beefier battery.
Last but not least, the B7330 OmniaPRO has lost some weight and got thinner (the device measures 114.9 x 59 x 10.8 mm and weighs only 107 g) and is now much closer to the well-known Nokia E71 or RIM’s BlackBerry devices. Comparing the B7330 to the E71 and the BlackBerry gang is no surprise since all these devices share similar features and perhaps potential users.
Anyways, enough talking, let's acquire down to it. Jump on as we explore what the B7330 OmniaPRO is made of, followed by a brief rundown of the interface.
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