The Omnia W sports a minimalist contemporary design with a metallic finish. It features a large 3.7" SuperAMOLEDdisplay and a 5.0 MP camera. You can expect a snappy performance on this Mango-based smartphone, thanks to its 1.4 GHz processor. Office Hub enhances productivity on the go with access to Windows Live Sky Drive for 25 GB free online storage. Users can view, create, and edit office documents and also take notes with voice memos. The Picture Hub, Music and Video Hub powered by Zune, and Game Hub handle the entertainment aspect. Users can also download the 30,000+ apps available in Windows Phone Marketplace.
The Wave III is a chic smartphone with a 9.9 mm thin brushed metal case, running the new bada 2.0 OS. The full metal body made of anodised aluminium looks good at first glance. It has a 4" SuperAMOLED display, a 1.4 GHz processor, and HSPA+ connectivity. Some of the other features include Wi-Fi Direct (file transfers over Wi-Fi), Social Hub, Music Hub, ChatOn, and access to Samsung Apps.
The Galaxy Y with Gingerbread is a budget phone for the younger generation. It has a 3" touch screen and a 2.0 MP camera with geo-tagging. It allows the user to stay social while on the move with Social Hub. The TouchWiz UI is known to be intuitive and the SWYPE feature claims to make typing speedier.
Asim Warsi, Director Mobile Samsung India, Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandes, and Ranjit Yadav, Country Head Mobile and IT Samsung India showing off the Samsung Galaxy Y, OMNIA W, and Wave III respectively.
The Samsung Omnia W, Wave III, and Galaxy Y are available at MRPs of Rs 20,000, Rs 19,600, and Rs 7800 respectively.