The Samsung Omnia M has had its first price leak online and the Windows Phone handset looks to be dearer than expected.
Samsung looks like it's readying another device for the Omnia family after news of a new handset, the Omnia Pro, has leaked out.
We should probably thank Samsung for at least keeping us all entertained as it has decided that the newly launched OmniaHD handset will be re-badged as the i8910 HD.
In direct comparisons, the only thing the Omnia can beat the iPhone with (apart from its stylus, should it grow arms, cognitive thoughts and emotions) is a 5MP camera.
Canadian mobile handset manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) has surpassed Windows Mobile in terms of market penetration for the first time, though Nokia and Symbian are still streaking ahead.
It appears O2 will be among the first of the networks to carry the Samsung Omnia i900, the device set to be among the front runners to challenge the iPhone 3G.