Samsung Omnia II Lands at Verizon Dec. 2
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Well, it finally landed but
Omnia II and GPS
Maybe, an oversight; maybe, GPS NOT open to non-Verizon apps. Has anyone seen any other Verizon official release that says GPS?
Interesting, everything else is there but no GPS, I hope it was an oversight. I've been waiting for this phone to arrive.