Well AT&T has really been the gift that keeps giving lately. As you all know we’ve been hanging out in their stores just trying to see what they’ll sell us and another gift was handed to us today. This time the lcd ads displayed in the store were spotted showing the inserted pic (which we’ve put along side a stock Omnia 2 photo so you can see the metal bezel and buttons on the side).  We know back in July the Omnia 2 passed the FCC with US 3G bands (which was formerly dismissed since that was thought to be a Latin American tag) but based on the shape, size and button layout it appears to be in the flesh right there in their store. To give you some reminders, here are the specs on the Omnia 2 from Samsung’s website (note the AMOLED screen:)) from the Euro version (so ignore the bands):

They’re missing some specs that are included like accelerometer, proximity sensor, DLNA technology and 800mhz Samsung CPU.

If you want to get a sense as to how the interface works just head over to Samsung’s site since they’ve provided a nice web based emulator. 

I want to note that the picture eerily matches the AT&T Rogue particularly in terms of the name placement but that device does not run WM so that’s why it was ruled out. Aesthetically a lot of Samsung’s phones look the same and that’s why it’s so hard to narrow it down (there could be a keyboard under there even). What are your thoughts – is this the Omnia 2 or is there another explanation?

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  1. […] We initially showed a photo taken in an AT&T store of what we believed to be an Omnia 2 with AT&T branding. Now Engadget has revealed pictures of the Omnia 2 with Verizon branding and now that it’s branded it looks a lot more like the AT&T pic we had. Just take a look for yourself with side by side pictures. [Translate] Rumors […]

  2. […] We initially showed a photo taken in an AT&T store of what we believed to be an Omnia 2 with AT&T branding. Now Engadget has revealed pictures of the Omnia 2 with Verizon branding and now that it’s branded it looks a lot more like the AT&T pic we had. Just take a look for yourself with side by side pictures. Rumors […]

  3. I have had the Samsung Rogue since Jan 7th, it previously worked fine until about 2 months ago. my phone won’t receive texts messages till about 20-30 minutes after the other person sent them. most of the time i will get multiple messages at once, when i do get them. whenever i send out a picture message sometimes it will send just fine and some other times it might take a few minutes, hours, or a day to get to the other person. i have heard of others having problems with their phone randomly turning off, mine does that too. my first samsung rogue got so bad i had to get a replacement, that was practically 2 weeks ago. I am still having the same troubles with my new one! I am so discouraged, i just wish to get a new type of phone. i payed retail for the rogue and am so mad that it turned out to be a crappy phone :/ just my rant…

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