Under this name, “advanced” communicators of the company are produced Samsung. The first model (Samsung SGH-i900running Windows Mobile 6.1) was announced in June 2008 and went on sale in December of the same year. Today, it is one of the most popular devices of this class in the world.
On the territory of Russia and Ukraine, communicators sold worldwide as Omnia, known as witu (People affectionately call them “Vitya”). The reason for this is often cited as the fact that the word "omnia" is already a trademark. Evidence for this could not be found. There is another theory, according to which, Samsung I just wanted to highlight the Russian market as the most priority for this model.
|Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia/WiTu|
Little is known about the origin of the name. If it's just trite to translate "omnia" from Latin, we get "every one, every kind", which says little. In case of witu still more mysterious.
In South Korea SGH-i900 appeared in the packages of the cellular operator SK Telecom, under the name T*Omnia.
The success of the first model pushed Samsung Mobile to the creation of new ones. To date, the line includes several models: Omnia II (we have - WiFi AMOLED), Omnia Lite, Omnia Pro, Omnia HD. They work not only under Windows Mobile, but also under Symbian. We should expect a version running Google Android.