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Momail, the provider of the free email service for over 1100 mobile devices announced its availability for the new iPhone 3G and Samsung Omnia.

”These devices will sell large volumes and their specifications makes them very suitable for consumer mobile email and Momail. Our server based solution gives us the possibility to add support for new devices very fast and today we support over 80 percent of devices shipped. So, with Momail, iPhone and Omnia users will soon be able to enjoy the world’s smallest, smartest and most cost-effective mobile email,” says Roger Grönberg, CEO of Momail.

The benefits brought by the free email service include automatic configuration, increased efficiency via the Mobile Message Optimization & Protection Engine, high virus and spam protection via IronPort, one inbox for all email accounts.

Samsung Omnia, the cool cell phone I intend to tell you about in a minute, and iPhone 3G are not the inly models to feature Momail. HTC Touch Diamond, LG Secret, Nokia N96 and Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 will come on the market soon with support for this service.
SamsungSo as I was saying, the Omnia cell phone aka SGH-i900, announced by Samsung Electronics a few days ago and with the availability date set for this month, is optimized for business professionals needs and sports a stylish design providing dynamic multimedia features.

Omnia means “everything” in Latin and “wish” in Arabic which would suggest to us that Samsung Omnia brings “everything you wish” in one single device. It is indeed a powerful mobile handset running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system, which brings the Microsoft Office Mobile suite with PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and Word documents, but it also features an innovative input via an optical mouse that gives you the feeling of using a laptop mouse.

The built-in CMOS camera is a 5MP capable with autofocus, face detection, smile detection and auto-panorama shoot mode.
All your pictures taken while on the go and other media files like music and videos are stored in its 16GB memory, expandable via a memory card. There is also the 8GB model available.
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You can use the 3.2-inch large QZVGA LCD display of Samsung Omnia to watch DivX and Xvid videos, but also other formats, thanks to the MultiCodec support.
Other features include GPS navigation, geotagging, the touch-sensitive user interface with widgets, personalization features, an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and intuitive tap, sweep, drag and drop operations support.

It comes in platinum-like finish measuring just 12.5 mm thickness, first in Asia and in July to Europe.

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