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Omnia (Samsung Electronics)
Omnia (Samsung Electronics)
Price: TBD

This Omnia runs Windows Mobile 6.1 and boasts a whopping 5-megapixel camera - better than the iPhone's 2.0 megapixels. The camera also has built-in "geo-tagging," a feature that locates and saves the city and address where you take a picture (the iPhone comes with a rudimentary geo-tagging service that shows longitude and latitude). You'll have to wait to get your hands on one: the Omnia is sold only in Southeast Asia and Europe - and Samsung isn't talking about when, or even if, the phone will be available in the United States.

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