As we've heard in recent weeks, not all Windows Phones will get the upcoming 7.8 update that's due early next year - but Samsung has confirmed that all of its handsets will be eligible for the update.
More details have apparently emerged on the two new Windows Phone 8 devices leaked several weeks ago, including storage options, microSD support and perhaps the most important info of all: price.
A couple of weeks after the Tango update began to roll out to Nokia Lumia devices, Windows Phones from Samsung and Dell are now beginning to receive the new Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh too.
Just a few days after launching the Focus 2, Samsung has announced yet another new addition to its Windows Phone line-up, the Omnia M, launching first in Europe before rolling out to other regions.
Samsung's Windows Phone offering currently consists of one device, considered to offer little improvement over its predecessor - but Samsung reportedly has multiple new handsets on its Euro roadmap.
If you own a Samsung Omnia that is carrier branded, you may not be getting the Mango update and it is unclear if unbranded devices are getting the update.
It looks like all is not going too well at all with the Windows Phone update, which started rolling out yesterday. Users have claimed that the Samsung Omnia 7 is having some stability issues when...