It's not the prettiest Windows Mobile smartphone we've ever seen, and there's a good reason for it -- all indications are that the unannounced Samsung B7300 is targeted squarely at the midrange of the market. In fact, the leaked pictures we're looking at here are China Mobile-branded, suggesting that the 3G- and WiFi-free device will find a home in an area of the world where EDGE doesn't matter much, much less HSDPA. Specs are said to include a WQVGA display, GPS, Bluetooth and USB 2.0, and quadband GSM, so at least you'll be able to take this puppy wherever you need to go -- and the 12.98mm-thin shell helps make the case, too. No word on when or where else we might see this one, but we'll stick with our Omnias for the time being, we think.

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