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Samsung i8000 Omnia II 3.5" 129g Black

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i8000 Omnia II
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A mobile phone, also known as a cellphone, mobile, or handphone, is an electronic telecommunications device with the same basic capability as a conventional fixed line telephone, but which is also entirely portable and is not required to be connected with a wire to the telephone network. With most modern cellphones you can do a lot more than just making phonecalls: with most models you can send an SMS or e-mail, surf the internet, play games, save phone numbers so you\'ll never have to write down or memorize them again and much, much more.
mobile phones
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Short summary description Samsung i8000 Omnia II 3.5" 129g Black:
This short summary of the Samsung i8000 Omnia II 3.5" 129g Black data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Samsung i8000 Omnia II, Bar, 8.89 cm (3.5"), 5 MP, Bluetooth, 1500 mAh, Black
Long summary description Samsung i8000 Omnia II 3.5" 129g Black :

Samsung i8000 Omnia II. Form factor: Bar. Display diagonal: 8.89 cm (3.5"), Display resolution: 480 x 800 pixels, Touchscreen. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 5 MP. Bluetooth. FM radio. Battery capacity: 1500 mAh, Standby time (2G): 430 h. Weight: 129 g. Colour of product: Black

This is an auto-generated long summary of Samsung i8000 Omnia II 3.5" 129g Black based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Display diagonal *
Size of the display for this product, measured diagonally, usually in inches.
8.89 cm (3.5")
Display resolution *
The number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. It is usually quoted as width × height, with the units in pixels: for example, "1024 × 768" means the width is 1024 pixels and the height is 768 pixels. The higher the number of pixels, the sharper the image.
480 x 800 pixels
Touchscreen *
A screen of a laptop, smartphone, etc., that responds to touch so you can control the interface using your fingers.
The description of display that can includes display type, resolution, size etc.
Display number of colours
65536 colours
Flash card support *
The device can use flash cards, and usually has some kind of software/utility to manage it. Flash cards, also known as flash memories, are storage devices that can be electronically erased and reprogrammed. Common types of flash cards include USB sticks (USB pens).
Internal memory
The amount of memory, usually measured in bytes (e.g. MB, GB), which is installed in the system's hardware.
256 MB
User memory
8192 MB
Rear camera *
Camera at the back of the product.
Rear camera resolution (numeric)
5 MP
Digital zoom
Indicates the digital zoom capacity, the number of times that the picture is enlarged thanks to digital technology.
Auto focus
Device focusing a camera or other piece of equipment automatically.
3G *
Third generation of mobile telecommunications technology, 3G finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.
Data network *
Telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data.
Data transmission
Bluetooth *
Bluetooth is a low-power radio technology developed to replace the cables and wires currently used to link or connect electronic devices such as personal computers, printers, and a wide variety of handheld devices including mobile phones. Because it uses radio-wave connectivity, a Bluetooth-enabled device has a constant, established connection to whatever browser it uses. This saves the user the trouble of logging on to check for emails or news updates, for example.
Infrared data port
A data port that uses infra-red data association (irDA) as the standard for wireless communications between computer and mobile phone devices. For example, to update the phone list on your irDA-enabled PC, you would line up the infra-red ports on each device and then transfer the phone information to your PC. This is a wireless transfer, so you don't need a cable or extra software.
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) *
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from a mobile phone over a cellular network
Video capture resolution (max)
720 x 480 pixels
Maximum frame rate
This is the maximum frame rate, also known as frame frequency and frames per second (FPS). It is the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames. The term applies equally well to film and video cameras, computer graphics, and motion capture systems. Frame rate is most often expressed in frames per second (FPS) and is also expressed in progressive scan monitors as hertz (Hz).
30 fps
FM radio *
Frequency-modulated (FM) radio gives the clearest reception of any radio band. When used with a headset, it delivers stereo-like sound.
Ringer type
The category of ringer which indicates when someone is phoning you.
Polyphonic rings quantity
Battery capacity *
A measure of the charge stored by the battery. Determined by the mass of active material contained in the battery.
1500 mAh
Talk time (2G) *
The time a GSM (smartphone) with a fully-charged battery is expected to last under perfect conditions.
12 h
Standby time (2G) *
The officially quoted longest time that a single battery charge will last when the smartphone is constantly connected to the GSM network but is not in active use.
430 h
Weight & dimensions
Weight *
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
129 g
Width *
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
59.6 mm
Depth *
The distance from the front to the back of something.
12.3 mm
Height *
The measurement of the product from head to foot or from base to top.
118 mm
Technical details
Colour of product *
The colour e.g. red, blue, green, black, white.
Phone features
Form factor *
The shape or design of the product.
Personal info management (PIM) *
You can use your device to manage your information and your time.
Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Countdown timer, Notes, Stopwatch, To-do list
Java technology
Device has a microphone and loudspeaker provided separately from those in the handset. This device allows multiple persons to participate in a conversation. The loudspeaker broadcasts the voice or voices of those on the other end of the telephone line, while the microphone captures all voices of those using the speakerphone.
Other features
Built-in processor
Interface ports to connect pieces of equipment. USB (Universal Serial Bus) has become the most popular wired interface to connect peripherals. USB 2.0 supports speeds up to 480 Mbit/s (USB 1: 12 Mbit/s). The interface FireWire is also known as the IEEE 1394 standard. Enhanced IDE (EIDE)is sometimes referred to as Fast ATA, Fast IDE or ATA-2.
Processor frequency
The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a computer performs its most basic operations such as adding two numbers. There are more factors, like internal memory size, that influence a computer's actual response time.
800 MHz
Networking type
Operating frequency
The rate at which an electrical current alternates, usually measured in Hertz (Hz). Also the way to note a general location on the radio frequency spectrum such as 800 MHz, 900 MHz or 1900 MHz.
850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900
Video capability
Capability of video recording/playback.
USB 2.0 ports quantity
Number of USB 2.0 ports (connecting interfaces) in the device. USB 2.0 was released in April 2000 (now called "Hi-Speed"), adding higher maximum signaling rate of 480 Mbit/s (effective throughput up to 35 MB/s or 280 Mbit/s), USB 2.0 ports are usually black.
Playback formats
MP3 / AAC / AAC+ / eAAC+ / WMA / WAV / MMF / Real
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Testseek has collected 78 expert reviews for Samsung i8000 Omnia II and the average expert rating is 76 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Samsung know that to compete with a device like the iPhone, it is necessary to have an obvious and impressive hook -- and that is exactly what they have accomplished. The Samsung Omnia II has the biggest AMOLED display seen yet in a phone, with a measurem...
Product Code: GT-I8000KKEXEU On the surface, the Samsung Omnia II seems to be the Windows Mobile phone that fans have been waiting for. With its gorgeous 3.7-inch AMOLED touch display, attractive design, and impressive specs, this phone is a real he...
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia II is an excellent upgrade from the original Omnia and definitely one of the best Windows Mobile phones available. The crash we experienced was disturbing, however, even though it happened only once. We was also disappointed with bot...
Samsung's last Windows Mobile-packing smartie, packing AMOLED screen, 3G, Wi-Fi and five megapixel camera. It looks a lot like the Samsung Jet, but bolts in the latest edition of Windows Mobile, so you can stock up on third party apps and multitask lik...
Good The stunning AMOLED display stretches across 3.7-inches of pixel-perfect joy. Pictures and flicks have never looked better on a handset. Samsung's also ported its TouchWhiz 2.0 UI across from the Jet on to the Samsung Omnia 2, so there are plenty of w...
Bad It also means Samsung's carried across its "Cube" interface for browsing all your media by twisting the sides of a cube. It's more time-consuming to bring up than the individual folders, so flashy but ultimately annoying. There's also no getti...
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia 2 is still a gorgeously crafted handset which almost goes toe to toe with the iPhone for multimedia prowess. As Windows Mobile handsets go, the HTC HD2 is better for typing, but if you're looking for something smaller and more sturdy...
The Samsung Omnia 2 has finally landed at Fonehome Towers, and now it’s here, ready to take on the HTC HD2 with its chunky spec list and styled-up skin on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 6.5. Has it been worth the wait? Read on to find out…Handling the Sams...
Bottom line A smatphone that packs a real punch, marred only by slowdown in reponseLoveAMOLED screen, TouchFlo interface that tarts up WinMoHateThe lag time – someone needs some caffeineThe specScreen: 480×800, 3.7-inchesConnectivity: HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, BluetoothC...
The Omnia II is Samsung's first phone to include the updated version 6.5 of Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS, now known as Windows Phone. With plenty of quality multimedia hardware and exciting features, this handset should appeal to professionals and or...
Good Simple, welldefined interface, Faster, smoother user experience, Quality screen, Plenty of room to personalise the phone, Reasonable photos...
Bad Several different interfaces can be confusing, Battery life, Screen less useful in direct sunlight, Still slow in places, Some menus still too complicated...
We’ve been waiting patiently for the Samsung Omnia 2 ever since we first played with it in June. Sammy opted to hold its super smartphone with a palatial screen until Windows Mobile 6.5 arrived on the scene, but now it’s here, ready to take on the H...
Good AMOLED screen dazzles, Windows Mobile has been tarted up...
Bad Lag like a 56k modem...
Bottom line A beefy smartphone marred only by some slowdown...
Hot on the heels of the original Samsung Omnia i900 launched in 2008, Samsung is back with the Samsung Omnia Icon smartphone. Known as the Samsung Omnia II or the Samsung Omnia i8000 internationally, the Omnia Icon smartphone raises the bar with a massive AMOLED touch screen, a five-megapixel camera and juicy upgrades to Samsungs TouchWIZ interface. Our review unit was an international model (Samsung Omnia II or Samsung Omnia i8000). The Australian model will be almost identical, but well upd...
Good AMOLED display, 3.5mm headphone jack, TouchWIZ UI improvements, HSDPA, GPS, 5-megapixel camera, 8GB internal memory...
Bad Resistive touch screen rather than capacitive, widgets can become sluggish, interface isn’t as slick or polished as HTC’s TouchFLO 3D, lag in certain menus...
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia Icon’s TouchWIZ UI isn’t as slick or polished as some of the alternatives, but it remains an excellent way to spice up the normally drab and clunky Windows Mobile UI. It’s not perfect, but a superb display, excellent fe...
When LG released the GM750, it decided to put its S-Class user interface over the front of Windows Mobile 6.5, with separate menus and applications to keep you from having to endure some of the antiquated features of Microsoft’s ageing OS.Of course, it...
Samsung's Omnia handset was a pretty popular smartphone when it was originally released, but the march of time is never kind to phones so an update is more than a little overdue. With the Omnia II Samsung is hoping to make up for lost time by kitting the...
With the Apple iPhone currently king of all it surveys, there's a fascinating scrap going on further down the table of smartphones.Some, such as BlackBerry, are sanguine, largely allowing their QWERTY-based offerings to carry on as normal, but the Sams...
Good Spectacularly bright screen, Excellent range of connectivity options, Good mistake correction dictionary, 5MP camera...
Bad Occasional build quality niggles, Laggy performance, Weak battery life, Resistive touchscreen...
Bottom line With the Apple iPhone currently king of all it surveys, there's a fascinating scrap going on further down the table of smartphones.Some, such as BlackBerry, are sanguine, largely allowing their QWERTY-based offerings to carry on as normal, but the Sam...
on the Samsung Omnia II The Samsung Omnia II has a lot going for it: Windows Mobile, and the useful Microsoft Office applications for a start. It’s certainly full of high-end features, including a decent five-megapixel camera, accurate GPS mapping and...
Good For Samsung Omnia II, The Samsung Omnia II is a great looking handset with an awesome screen.
Bad for Samsung Omnia II...
The original Samsung Omnia i900 was an extremely popular device and I loved mine when I first got it. Unfortunately as time goes on and smartphones get better and better it didn't actually take me very long to swap my Omnia for a bigger and better devi...
Bottom line The Omnia II is an amazing device. Its a million miles away from the original Omnia. That one was good but this one is supa-doopa with a cherry on top!The screen is without doubt the best I have seen to date. Windows Mobile 6.5 works flawlessly and a l...
SAMSUNG I8000 OMNIA II review:A Surprising Experience All Reviews :: A Surprising Experience (Samsung I8000 OMNIA II) Samsung I8000 Omnia II Specifications Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Samsungs top tier of Omnia devices is populated by...
Bottom line The Samsung I8000 Omnia II is certainly a device that is hard to match, let alone beat and that much is clear with just a cursory glance at its specs. It also carries the aura of a new OS version pioneer, which in itself is enough to generate excitemen...
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