The Omnia 2 sounds pretty good, but the Jet sounds slightly more interesting—proprietary OS aside. It's got an 800MHz processor (obviously they're not afraid of touting what's inside like Apple), a surely funky six-sided Cube interface, and a WebKit browser Samsung calls Dolfin which will come to other Samsung phones in the future (okay, that's what I'm most excited about). No carrier in the US yet, but it's UTMS, so probably AT&T, if it comes here at all.
Samsung Jet Actually Rocket Powered: 800MHz Processor, Cube Interface, Webkit Browser
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