Samsung Omnia i900 Latest

Samsung Omnia i900:This is the new Samsung Omnia i900 & its a new experience for you.The new Samsung OMNIA allows users to switch seamlessly between Microsoft Outlook email and productivity applications that replicate the look and feel of their PC - with a stroke of their finger.The OMNIA will be available to the market from June 2008.It is a full of multimedia phone.This mobile is perfect for you.The highly rumored Samsung i900 is finally unveiled by Samsung. Called Samsung i900 Omnia, this Windows Mobile PocketPC seems as a strong competitor of the rumored 3G iPhone, which should be announced today too. Of course, the feature set puts it head-to-head with HTC Touch Diamond too. However we have the feeling that the HTC TouchFLO 3D might be a bit more spectacular than what the Samsung i900 offers.

Hot Feature:Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system, Samsung OMNIA gives users a mobile extension to their PC experience, with access to MS Office documents such as PowerPoint, Excel and Word. Users can also send and receive email and manage their appointments in Outlook while on the go. The Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system means users can download additional programs as they would on their PC and customize it for their individual needs. For ease of navigation an optical mouse similar to those on laptop computers offers improved usability and one-handed control.It delivers the ultimate in digital entertainment thanks to a wide 3.2-inch WQVGA LCD screen for viewing videos and slide shows in high-resolution and advanced audio capabilities. MultiCodec support for DivX, Xvid and other video formats eliminates the hassle of file format conversions. Users also have the assurance of a long-life detachable battery for extended playback.It also comes with a five-megapixel CMOS camera with the latest value-added features, which include auto-focus (AF), face and smile detection and auto-panorama shot.The handset’s generous internal memory (available in 8GB or 16 GB capacity options and extendable slot for additions) ensures ample storage space for digital assets.Rounding out the fully comprehensive feature set, Samsung OMNIA also offers GPS, including navigation and geo-tagging capabilities, so users can get their bearings wherever work or life takes them.This is a touch screen mobile set.
Samsung’s patented TouchWiz user interface makes entering data and text simple. With unique widgets, users can customise and personalise the way they use their phone. The Samsung OMNIA's high resolution touch-sensitive screen uses intuitive tap, sweep, drag and drop operations as well as an on-screen qwerty keyboard. It also facilitates easy and convenient calling and texting with a dedicated dome key for controlling communications.This mobile has also bluetooth conectivity.

Short Feature:Talk Time (max) n/a,Stand by (max) n/a,Weight 127g,Size (mm) 112 x 56.9 x 12.5 mm, Frequency GSM 900/1800/1900/3G UMTS.
#Free to pick my monthly plan,Has Video capture,Landscape keyboard,MMS,5 MP camera with Auto Focus, flash, smile detection, the works,Cut and paste,Stereo and Audio streaming bluetooth,I can use the phone as a modem,bringing 3G to my lappy,Haptic feedback,built-in GPS software; no need to open Google,3.5 G (Unlike iPhone's 3.6 Mbs, Omnia has 7.2 Mbs),As thin as the iPhone and Diamond,8 and 16 GB, with extra memory slot! I can add my old card,Divx and Xvid support, with all the other file formats,Accelerometer and vibration.The USB port, FM radio with RDS and stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) are among the final touches to this loaded PocketPC.

User Comments:Jon Here it is, the 'King of All the Mobile Devices'. In configuration and characteristics, PDA's are second to laptops and Samsung crowned the Omnia in its highest position. Its gargantuan features are unequal to its competitors: 8-16gb internal memory,...

Jemlay:The interface is boring and UGLY!!! What a mess. Plus the person has to tap the same buttons multiple times to get a proper response....not impressed...

Kaiser-Machead's:Wow and such a long video. Seriously, Samsung could at LEAST up the spec on this thing so that it would be faster. Messy interfaces and ugly designs can at least be mitigated by super-nice responsiveness. But this shit sucks.

Stacky Botrus:10 minutes or dirty fingernails and bad wiping techniques. Ew. I still dont understand what this phone is doing here. Someone make a point already :)


Brandizzle:Okay. the phone may be a little slow, but I'm almost certain the phone's touch screen would work a heck of a lot better if the person wasn't holding the phone like a stroke survivor with down syndrome. I've used plenty of devices with touch screens, and they never work too well if you use the side of your thumb to operate it... this is a poor representation of how responsive the touch screen is. :/

Digitalhen:it looks like the person is having to crush the thing to get it to do anything.

PlayerX:Ehhh... pass.There just doesn't seem to be enough attention paid to making the UI intuitive or engaging. I sat through a good part of that video, and I can't make heads or tails of the graphics, buttons, or whatever. It's just a shiny box that does what it's supposed to, no more, no less.There's a reason Apple products succeed the way they do in this sector.

Ken_Darrow:Unimpressive. Looks like another slapped on GUI on top of WinMo right? All these guys trying to make it work like an iPhone with a silly hack just makes it looks stupid. I wonder how stable these devices are after everyday use for a few months. Crash, crash Lock, lock.

Quikboy:I think part of the problem was that parts of the UI are small, and the device had a hard time responding to get the guys huge thumb.It does look neat though.

Radikaled:There are more than 20 million WinMo users out there.

Bokusatsu_Tenshi:Still waiting for a proper video and proper review.But I guess I'm much too hyped about the new SE Cybershot phone already...

Brachon:The interface looks kind of autdated a clunky!...i prefer the windows mobile interface!! im kidding i prefer this one xD

Leonard Nimrod:You would need to speed up the video from 10 minutes to 2 minutes it would seem as responsive as other new touch-based devices.

Rxe7en:What the hell was that mess on the screen in the opening scene? Way too many layered, translucent icons going on at once. Interface seems ok, a little sticky but a nice improvement over my hate WM6.1. Does it kill apps and process automatically or at least easily--could see that bug/feature really sucking the life out of the responsiveness.I think I'm about done with MinMo devices now, and will upgrade my Sammy BJ to a 3G iphone next month.I really liked the swiss army knife usability with WinMo, just had a hard time with the crashes, memory leaks and difficulty getting it to fit in with the Macs. Really looking forward to see what android has to offer in terms of media playing, and mac connectivity.

Doobiebros22:There are 8 million Mermen preparing their assault on America. See, I can do it too, throw out random numbers in such an assumptive manner, almost to appear factual...but in reality i don't know what the hell I'm talking about...just like you...g'day.

Biggy:At this point, This Samsung Omnia is the best mobile of the year by a million light year. iPhone, x1 and HTC Diamond have no chance to compete at all. Look at the freaking features of the Omnia! It is like the most filled mobile phone I've ever seen!

At this moment we can say that this phone is a nice phone but it has some small problem.It is not a measure problem in this mobile phone.So rush it now & experience a new i phone.Best of luck.


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