The Samsung Omnia M, due in UK in August, has now gone on sale in India.
The Windows Phone Tango handset will be retailing for 17,990 INR, which is around $320, making it a relatively expensive device.
The handset will be competing against the Nokia Lumia 610, which is priced nearly $100 cheaper at 12,999 INR (around $231).
The Samsung device does however have a few specs which help justify its higher price.
|Samsung Omnia M||Nokia Lumia 610|
|Processor||1 Ghz||800 Mhz|
|Storage||4 and 8 GB||8 GB|
|Screen||4 inch Super AMOLED||3.7 inch LCD|
|Camera||5 megapixel back, VGA front||5 megapixel back|
|Exclusive apps||Samsung apps||Nokia apps, including Nokia Drive, Nokia Transport, many others|
While the Omnia M beats the Nokia Lumia 610 in most areas, Nokiaâ€™s exclusive apps, mainly Nokia Drive in particular, probably tips the scale in the direction of the Nokia handset.
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