For those that forgot (and we don’t blame you, this thing has been delayed many times), the Omnia Pro B7610 is basically an Omnia II but with a slide out keyboard. It’s aimed right at the Touch Pro2, but adds an AMOLED screen and a faster CPU (but no tilting display). Right now we’re doing a live review on Twitter with some first impressions of the device. Join us, won’t you? We’re also taking questions.

If you want an Omnia Pro of your own, they are now shipping at Clove for a reasonable £319, or $524 USD.

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