Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of its flagship phone, Omnia (SGH-i900) for the Indian market. It is a high-end offering from Samsung which I don’t think will have many takers (just like the iPhone and N96). The internal memory of the phone is 8GB and 16GB but Samsung decided to jack up the space by bundling the phone with a 16GB microSD from SanDisk increasing the total space to 24GB and 32GB respectively. Omnia is a Windows based device running its TouchWiz UI over OS 6.1 Pro and has 3.2-inch WQVGA touch screen display, DivX support, 5 megapixel CMOS camera, Wi-Fi and TV-out.
Samsung will sell the 8GB model for Rs. 37,999 ($827) and 16GB for Rs. 39,999 ($870).