In this video we take a look at the hardware on the Samsung Omnia Pro B7610. The 3.5″ touchscreen uses AMOLED technology, which can only be found on a couple of handsets available today. This technology doesn’t require a traditional backlight for you to see the screen, thus saving a lot on battery. Also, AMOLED displays have fantastic color reproduction and very high contrast ratios.

Beyond the screen, the hardware on the Omnia Pro feel a bit cheaper than the Touch Pro2 because the materials used are all plastic. The keyboard seems to be winner, providing as much surface area as the Touch Pro2’s keyboard, but with larger-sized keys. Finally, the back battery cover has an interesting red swirl pattern that glistens if you tilt it in the light.

There’s a lot to talk about in terms of software, and we’ll cover that in upcoming videos. Be sure to check out the unboxing in case you missed it.

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