A video of the successor to the Samsung Omnia, the Omnia 2 i8000 has leaked online, along with some juicy specs.
The leak comes amidst the furore of the recent iPhone 3GS and Palm Pre launches, and was uncovered over at Mobili.lt – a Lithuanian mobile retailer. Whilst we don’t have the full run-down just yet we have heard that the device will be making the switch back to Windows Mobile from the Symbian OS of the Omnia HD.
According to GSMArena.com the i8000 will ship with the same glorious 3.7-inch WVGA display that forms much of the appeal of the Omnia i8910. It’s also reported to come packing an 8.1-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash.
Connectivity-wise we expect the Omnia 2 to have all the bases covered including the staples of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 3G.
From the look of the video it seems that Samsung’s new Cubic navigation will feature here too (as well as the S8000 that we brought you yesterday), so we assume that that it’s here for the foreseeable future; although hopefully in a more responsive state than the video demonstrates.
Needless to say, there’s no official word of the device, so don’t get your hopes up for pricing and release details just yet.