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Samsung Omnia M revealed for Europe: 4-inch Super AMOLED and some software extras

More new Windows Phones, this time for the old continent. Instead of the Focus 2, Samsung's announced the Omnia M will take its place in Europe and it's looking an awful lot like its predecessor -- although we're a bit concerned the build quality may not match its older brother. With a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, and 1GHz processor, the Omnia M should be more than up to the task of dealing with Windows Phone, alongside some Samsung-specific software additions, including AllShare and its own cross-platform ChatON messenger app.
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