Samsung i8910 Omnia HD Review

Monday, August 17, 2009

Samsung i8910 Omnia HD

An awesome mobile phone arrived, the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD.

The Samsung Omnia HD looks elegant in its big screen, thin and smooth.
It has a capacitive touch screen which is pretty good quality with a sufficient sensitivity so that you can’t always re-tap on the image and widgets. Scrolling also is soft, and seems attractive close to the awareness of the iPhone 3G.

Its 3.7 inch with 640x360-pixel genuine estate, the one of the greatest seen on a smartphone which makes an enjoyable in terms for watching your favorite videos.

Additional features:

Digital Compass - something the G2 and the iPhone 3GS also have. Not really that usefull unless you’re the hiking-type of person.

Smart Card Reader - scan a business/calling card with the camera and it automatically recognizes the information (name, phone, email, webiste, etc.) and stores it on the phone. Pretty accurate at around 80 - 90% character recognition.

LBS Services - Samsung included a number of location-based services in the unit to make good use of the GPS/AGPS features.

The cost of this mobile phone is not cheap, and expecting to be Php32,000 for the 8 gigabyte model and Php36,000 or $750 for the 16 gigabyte model.


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