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Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White

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Long product name Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White :
The short editorial description of Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White

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Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White:
The official marketing text of Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White as supplied by the manufacturer

Vivid, lively multimedia experience
Samsung OMNIA 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.

Samsung OMNIA 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.

The One and Only mobile with everything in touch
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.

Short summary description Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White:
This short summary of the Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Samsung Omnia i900, 8.89 cm (3.5"), 240 x 400 pixels, White

Long summary description Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Samsung Omnia i900. Display diagonal: 8.89 cm (3.5"), Display resolution: 240 x 400 pixels, Display type: TFT. Rear camera type: Single camera. Battery capacity: 1440 mAh. Product colour: White. Weight: 125 g

Display
Display diagonal *
8.89 cm (3.5")
Display type
TFT
Display resolution *
240 x 400 pixels
Display number of colours
65536 colours
Touchscreen *
Yes
Storage
Internal memory
8192 MB
Camera
Rear camera resolution
2560 x 1920 pixels
Digital zoom
4x
Front camera type *
Single camera
Rear camera flash *
Yes
Video capture resolution (max)
640 x 480 pixels
Rear camera type *
Single camera
Auto focus
Yes
Built-in camera
Yes
Network
2G standards
Edge, GPRS
Data network
3G
Bluetooth *
Yes
Bluetooth version
2.0+EDR
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity
1
Headphone connectivity
3.5 mm
Messaging
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
Yes
Text prediction system
Yes
Messaging
Text prediction system type
T9
Design
Form factor *
Bar
Product colour *
White
Performance
Video call
Yes
Personal info management (PIM)
Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Countdown timer, Notes, Stopwatch, To-do list
Speakerphone
Yes
Vibrating alert
Yes
Navigation
GPS (satellite)
Yes
Position location *
Yes
Multimedia
FM radio
Yes
Battery
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery capacity *
1440 mAh
Talk time (2G)
6.5 h
Standby time (2G)
450 h
Weight & dimensions
Width
56.9 mm
Depth
12.5 mm
Height
112 mm
Weight *
125 g
Other features
Music player
Yes
Ringer type
Polyphonic
Java technology
Yes
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:43
Uk has collected 132 expert reviews for Samsung Omnia i900 8.89 cm (3.5") 1440 mAh White and the average expert rating is 77 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
77%
Source Review comments Score
whathifi.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
At the heart of the Samsung SGH-i900, or Omnia as it's also known, is Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. Masking this operating system is Samsung's own ‘Touchwiz' user interface. Touchwiz is a much more palatable system than the painful Windows offering, w...
Good Feature-packed, decent interface...
Bad Windows Mobile is a clunky operating system, strange stylus, average picture and sound quality...
60%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
We like the Omnia a lot. It brings Windows Mobile into a more consumer friendly world, adds a good camera and includes plenty of strong features. But both its optical mouse and its on-screen keyboards are disappointing. Samsung - Omnia i900 price Buy...
0%
alphr.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
It was inevitable in the wake of the iPhonethat a clutch of iPhone "killers" would appear. But where HTC has been successful in offering a viable alternative in the form of the Touch HD, Samsung falls short. On paper, the Omnia i900 seems fine. It's sl...
Bottom line This phone can do it all, but it's exceedingly frustrating to use,and that counts it out...
67%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
It was inevitable in the wake of the iPhone that a clutch of iPhone “killers” would appear. But where HTC has been successful in offering a viable alternative in the form of the Touch HD, Samsung falls short.On paper, the Omnia i900 seems fine. It’s sl...
Bottom line This phone can do it all, but it’s exceedingly frustrating to use, and that counts it out...
67%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
A smartphone has to live up to its name these days. It can’t just view Word documents, pick up e-mails or browse the web. No, it needs GPS, an innovative touchscreen and preferably a side order of HSDPA.The Samsung Omnia has all that, as you might gues...
Bottom line A fine touchscreen phone, but held back by Windows Mobile and a slightly disappointing snapper...
83%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
Samsung Omnia test A new introduction of a mobile phone is always an event of great importance. Samsung is aware of this fact and usually a launch party is arranged in order to introduce a new product. Samsung Netherlands launched the Omnia in "Huis te...
71%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Price $849Rating 4.5 Apples iPhone may happen to be more trendy than Fendi but in its wake weve seen a wave of competitors. The recipe isnt hard to replicate: take a large touchscreen display, add music and video playback, toss in a liberal das...
90%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
The sophisticated Samsung Omnia has just about everything you could want in a smartphone. But certain omissions, such as a standard 3.5mm headphone jack and a physical qwerty keyboard, keep the Samsung Omnia from being a threat to the Apple iPhone a...
Bottom line Despite a few kinks relating to the interface and a few omissions in the design, the Samsung Omnia is a high-quality handset that delivers a generous array of features. Ginny Mies Lowest online price: ££390.94 Buy it now: click here...
80%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
SAMSUNG is making quite a fuss over its potential iPhone killer. Its based around Windows Mobile, meaning theres more functions and features, especially for business. But is it as easy to use? The answer is no. The iPhone is virtually idiot-pro...
90%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
The new Omnia from Samsung claims to do it all. It comes with a great camera sensor, built-in GPS, DivX player, and various office tools to keep you connected. But is this smartphone just another jack of all trades, master of none phone? Click to enla...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Samsung has been loving its iPhone-style full frontal touch screens of late. Weve had the the F490, which was pretty bad, the Tocco, which was surprisingly good, and now the Omnia, which is easily the best yet, and the first that can seriously measure...
Good 5 megapixel camera, Touchscreen control, A-GPS, MicroSD slot, FM radio, HSDPA high-speed data connectivity, 8GB internal storage, Windows Mobile 6.1, Good video payback options...
Bad Screen isnt great in sunlight, Stylus sometimes required, Flash isnt great, Video capture isnt to class...
90%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
The Samsung Omnia packs in every conceivable feature you could possibly expect from a smartphone in 2008. In addition to the key applications we’ve already mentioned, the device also packs in an RSS reader, a podcast application, a smart reader for bu...
80%
mobilecomputermag.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
We’ve had to wait a little while for a Samsung Omnia i900 review unit and as a result, our thoughts on this new Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 smartphone aren’t as fresh as we’d like. Given Samsungs marketing blitz for this smartphone, we think its...
0%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
The first thing that strikes you about the Omnia is the specification, which is nothing if not comprehensive. Quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge, 7.2Mb/s HSDPA 3G, a five-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, an RDS FM radio, TV out, A2DP Bluetooth...
Bottom line Get past the underlying Windows Mobile OS and the Omnia is a capable device that manages to be most things to most people. With better-than-average media file support, generous internal storage and expansion, a good-sized battery and fine 5Mp camera...
75%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
With the Omnia Samsung has created a device that’s shiny on the outside, but does have some substance to it as well. The landscape resizing OS, the haptic feedback and the benefits of Windows Mobile such as Office compatibility, in addition to the mult...
67%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Although there are some design quirks, the Samsung Omnia promises to be a solid alternative to Apples iPhone. Along with RIMs BlackBerry Bold and the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, the Samsung Omnia is one of the most requested and sought-after smartphones...
Good Nice touchscreen, Customisable interface, 5megapixel camera, Plentiful multimedia features...
Bad You cant add additional widgets to the TouchWiz interface, Some nagging design quirks, Expensive...
Bottom line Although there are some design quirks, the Samsung Omnia promises to be a solid alternative to Apples iPhone.
75%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Although there are some design quirks, the Samsung Omnia promises to be a solid alternative to Apples iPhone.
Good Nice touchscreen, Customisable interface, 5megapixel camera, Plentiful multimedia features...
Bad You cant add additional widgets to the TouchWiz interface, Some nagging design quirks, Expensive...
Bottom line Although there are some design quirks, the Samsung Omnia promises to be a solid alternative to Apples iPhone...
75%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Using Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, the Omnia measures 112x56x12.5mm. It has a 3.2-inch TFT touchscreen, embedded GPS, Push email, support for Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi, and has an memory expandable up to 16GB via microSDHC card. There's also a five-m...
Good Sure, the iPhone is good at consuming media and browsing the web, but what if you actually need to get stuff done? The Omnia has a large 3.2-inch touchscreen, friendly ‘widget’ icons and easy messaging but scratch the cartoony surface and you&...
Bad Do we really need to tell you that the Omnia doesn’t look or handle like an Apple? The case is plastic, as is the resistive touchscreen – where haptic buzzing is no substitute for the iPhone’s gliding multi-touch. You’ll need the s...
Bottom line Windows is nothing to be ashamed of when it comes wrapped in Samsung’s top-notch Omnia. High-speed browsing, business smarts and super snapping might not quite make an iPhone killer, but Samsung has certainly inflicted a nasty flesh wound.Best offer...
80%
igizmo.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Some of the best bits of an iPhone without actually being one, this may just fit the + 5MP camera; nice looking; widgets; OS- Sluggish accelerometer; no stylus compartment; OSReleased to a fanfare of excitement, presentations and big-bucks marketing, t...
80%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Now it is time to review the iPhone look alike Samsung i900 (Omnia). This is yet another high end, flag ship of a phone. Can it stand up to the claim from Samsung that it is ‘A truly all-in-one phone’?For various reasons I have not really been a fan fo...
Bottom line It is very nice to have Samsung on the Windows Mobile road and this phone was I mentioned above really did grow on me, which was not a real advantage. I am still torn between the Diamond and the Pro, this makes the choice even worse, and the Xperia is...
0%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:42
As a Windows Mobile 6.1 device this will please the Windows crowd...
Good HSDPA, 5 megapixel camera, touchscreen better than usual from Samsung...
Bad Windows Mobile 6.1, doesn’t make full use of the touchscreen...
Bottom line As a Windows Mobile 6.1 device this will please the Windows crowd...
0%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20 02:20:47
A smartphone has to live up to its name these days. It can’t just view Word documents, pick up e-mails or browse the web. No, it needs GPS, an innovative touchscreen and preferably a side order of HSDPA.The Samsung Omnia has all that, as you might g...
Good More pocketable than iPhone. Impressive interface.
Bad Strange stylus on a lanyard. Windows Mobile at its heart. Shutter lag on camera...
Bottom line A fine touchscreen phone, but held back by Windows Mobile and a slightly disappointing snapper...
80%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02 01:59:04
Samsung's first major Windows Mobile touchscreen effort boasts a 5-megapixel camera and good video and music playback. We took the Omnia out for a spin to see if it mixes business with pleasure well or if it’s just another underwhelming touchscreen pho...
Bottom line The 16GB edition of Samsung's Omnia has a lot going for it but is let down by Windows Mobile, which makes parts of the phone clunky to use. We were disappointed by the camera and lack of 3.5mm headphone jack but if you need Windows Mobile, then it’s wo...
40%
cgena.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 16:43:23
Samsung Omnia i900 is one of the hottest phone of 2008. , a Latin word that means "everything" and, very much unlike the hyped up , it gives everything you'd expect from a high end and pricey phone. . Though i'm quite sure that the perfect phone is yet...
0%
Mobile88.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 16:43:24
COMBINING work and fun in one small convenient package is certainly no easy task for any smartphone. Fortunately, Samsung’s new i900 smartphone, better known as the Omnia, looks to deliver everything you need and wish for in a mobile phone. It i...
Good Attractive user interface; great 5megapixel camera; plays multiple video file formats.
Bad Browser freezes up at times; GPS navigation does not work out of the box; touchscreen interface is frustrating without the stylus.
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia is really an all-in-one device that tries hard to cover all grounds. As a mobile phone, the Omnia nails it when it comes to providing exceptional call quality though it can be frustrating to text message with the phone’s cramped ke...
0%
cgena.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
Samsung Omnia i900 is one of the hottest phone of 2008. , a Latin word that means "everything" and, very much unlike the hyped up , it gives everything you'd expect from a high end and pricey phone. . Though i'm quite sure that the perfect phone is yet...
0%
accessorygeeks.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
Verizon Wireless has yet another touch –screen phone to offer like the new Samsung Omnia. The Samsung Omnia has a more spacious touch-screen so everything is more evened out. Users can even customize the Samsung Omnia’s Home screen to their own liking...
0%
pocketpcthoughts.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:37
Ive posted news on the Samsung Omnia over the last few months and found it to be interesting enough to purchase. What I found when I opened the box got me excited to be using Windows Mobile again, something I doubted could ever happen. Read on for my...
Good Fun to use & responsive, Sleek design, Innovative valueadded features (e.g. flashlight, haptic feedback).
Bad Widget Bar: full of promise, low on usability, No multitouch ability, Price and availability.
Bottom line Ive posted news on the Samsung Omnia over the last few months and found it to be interesting enough to purchase. What I found when I opened the box got me excited to be using Windows Mobile again, something I doubted could ever happen. Read on for my...
0%
g4tv.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Video Review: Its Gadget Pr0n time and our review of the new Samsung Omnia phone might peak your interest with its large touchscreen, support of Windows Mobile, 5 megapixel camera, and built-in Wi-Fi...
83%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Though it has been on the market in Europe and Asia for months, the Samsung Omnia debuted in the United States on Verizons 3G network only a couple of days before Thanksgiving 2008. Available for $249 (with a two-year contract), the sophisticated Omni...
Good Gorgeous QVGA screen, Excellent camera...
Bad Interface can be slow, No 3.5mm headphone jack...
0%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Samsung Omnia for Verizon, a touchscreen Windows Mobile 6.1 phone that's been slicked up with Samsung's TouchWiz UI and a five-megapixel camera, plus it's that rare Verizon beast that also packs Wi-Fi. Price: $250 after two-year contrac...
Bottom line The Omnia is a Windows Mobile 6.1 phone, so at the basic level, you know what you're getting. The difference between it and basically every other WinMo 6.1 phone lies in the TouchWiz UIcing that's been slathered on top, and the hardware. If...
0%
insidehw.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
After interesting HTC PDAs we got in our test lab one more device from the same category that we’ve been waiting with great impatience. With launching of Omnia, Samsung joined to, more and more, interesting race for the best PDA device on the market. H...
Bottom line When we sum everything said, we can only conclude that Samsung succeeded to create true “Swiss knife” in domain of PDA devices. For price around 500€ Samsung Omnia i900 can do so much, and is up to you to use all those possibilities accor...
0%
absolutegadget.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
The camera is also a major plus-point on this phone, with a 5-megapixel sensor. You’ll still find digital noise at low light levels, but image quality proved great when out and about during daylight. The removable memory card also comes in handy, as y...
50%
techtree.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
Its been over a month since I reviewed the Samsung TouchWiz F480 and the more I used the phone I realized that the full touch interface from Samsung was worthy of appreciation. Now weve got our hands on the Olympiad i900 from Samsung, better known a...
Good Good build quality, 3.2-inch screen, 624MHz Marvell Processor, 5MP Camera, Wi-Fi, 8GB Internal Storage, DivX/XviD support, A-GPS, TV-Out.
Bad Small Optical Trackpad, TouchWiz cant be configured, Small virtual touch keypad (portrait), Memory card slot not hot-swappable.
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia sells for Rs.33,500 with a 1-year warranty. After seeing the price of the TouchWiz F480, a non Windows Mobile device from Samsung for under 20K, this pricing seems rather steep. The phone does have a lot to offer with regard to its f...
60%
brighthand.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:38
When the Samsung Omnia i900 was unveiled a few months ago, this smartphone's features quickly drew attention as a possible worthy competitor for the iPhone. It has a tablet shape with a relatively large touchscreen, and while it runs Windows Mobile 6...
Bottom line The Omnia i900 is a stellar piece of hardware, if you can get accustomed to its idiosyncrasies. If you can't, you'll likely end up going nuts. Love it or hate it, there's very little room in between. I've gone through both in the process of reviewing...
0%
phonedog.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
The Omnia is at the top of everyones list of gotta-try-it touchscreen phones. It has capable hardware and a generous screen; large and sensitive enough to compete in the iPhone-driven market. The unlocked version is pricey, but cheaper than it closes...
Good Universal landscape mode and universal landscape QWERTY; optically-enhanced action button functions as a scroller or track pad; appropriate use of haptic feedback and accelerometers; excellent 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus and face detection;...
Bad Windows Mobile may be a bit cumbersome and inaccessible for some users, even with Samsungs TouchWiz UI, which is a bit bland, but better than WM default; reception problems in sketchy coverage areas; no built-in stylus sheath; volume rocker sits RIGHT...
Bottom line The Omnia is at the top of everyones list of gotta-try-it touchscreen phones. It has capable hardware and a generous screen; large and sensitive enough to compete in the iPhone-driven market. The unlocked version is pricey, but cheaper than it closest...
90%
tech2.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
In the I gave you my first impressions about the Samsung i900 Omnia. Now its time for a detailed review, so Ill be doing some relevant in-depth analysis of the handset and its functions as best as I can. Lets get to it. Form FactorTheres nothing t...
Good Camera is good and feature-rich, Reads popular video formats such as DivX and XviD, Plenty of storage space, Feature-rich with relevant apps...
Bad Audio player has low output, Custom keypad is much too large, Display is not too clear in sunlight, Battery life is poor with GPRS enabled, Handset gets hot with use...
Bottom line Business FeaturesSince the Omnia is a Windows Mobile device, it comes fully equipped to view all your attachments, from JPEG to MS Office docs, PDF files, and PowerPoint presentations. Configuring your email is a cinch, as the handset does it all for y...
60%
Smartdevicecentral.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Samsung is already wooing potential customers with the , a successful design that offers Sprint subscribers a reasonable alternative to AT&Ts popular handset, even if the Instinct isnt a true smartphone. Now the company is aiming for the high-end ma...
0%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
REVIEW Samsung is already wooing potential Apple iPhone customers with the Instinct, a successful design that offers Sprint subscribers a reasonable alternative to AT&Ts popular handset, even if the Instinct isnt a true smartphone. Now the company...
0%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Samsungs Omnia smartphone seems to have been designed as the Windows Mobile answer to the iPhone. But, while it has a touch-driven display, the Omnia just cannot match the simplicity of Apples user interface. We took a brief look at the SGH-i900 Omni...
0%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
A smartphone has to live up to its name these days. It can’t just view Word documents, pick up e-mails or browse the web. No, it needs GPS, an innovative touchscreen and preferably a side order of HSDPA.The Samsung Omnia has all that, as you might g...
Good More pocketable than iPhone. Impressive interface.
Bad Strange stylus on a lanyard. Windows Mobile at its heart. Shutter lag on camera...
Bottom line A fine touchscreen phone, but held back by Windows Mobile and a slightly disappointing snapper...
80%
recombu.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Samsung's first major Windows Mobile touchscreen effort boasts a 5-megapixel camera and good video and music playback. We took the Omnia out for a spin to see if it mixes business with pleasure well or if it’s just another underwhelming touchscreen pho...
Bottom line The 16GB edition of Samsung's Omnia has a lot going for it but is let down by Windows Mobile, which makes parts of the phone clunky to use. We were disappointed by the camera and lack of 3.5mm headphone jack but if you need Windows Mobile, then it’s wo...
50%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:39
Samsung’s ultra–high-end touchscreen phone brings a welcome makeover to Windows Mobile along with a sharp 5-MP camera.
Good Top-notch user interface, Wi-Fi and HSDPA (in Europe) support, Loaded with apps, Supports multiple video and audio formats...
Bad 3G doesn’t work in the U.S, Keyboard and touchscreen could be more accurate, Expensive...
Bottom line Think of it as the Windows Mobile–powered Instinct for trust fund babies. Samsung’s luxury touchscreen phone, the Omnia, is a very expensive unlocked device ($720 with 16GB of storage, $690 with 8GB) that comes with a 5-megapixel camera (with...
70%
asiaone.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:40
COMBINING work and fun in one small convenient package is certainly no easy task for any smartphone. Fortunately, Samsungs new i900 smartphone, better known as the Omnia, looks to deliver everything you need and wish for in a mobile phone.It is a uniq...
Bottom line The Samsung Omnia is really an all-in-one device that tries hard to cover all grounds. As a mobile phone, the Omnia nails it when it comes to providing exceptional call quality though it can be frustrating to text message with the phones cramped keypa...
0%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:40
Samsung's phones are as widespread and popular as Nokias these days and that success has come as a result of consistently producing sleek, good-looking handsets with mass appeal. But Samsung also wants a slice of the iPhone action, it would seem, and has...
70%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:40
The Samsung Omnia i900 and the HTC Touch Diamond are the two hot iPhone-inspired Windows Mobile Professional slate touch screen phones for the summer of 2008. While both pervasively re-skin the less than sexy Windows Mobile OS to make it more fun, att...
90%
engadgetmobile.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:40
Samsung Omnia reviewby Chris Ziegler, posted Aug 18th 2008 at 12:59PMNo longer does Windows Mobile alone a capable smartphone make. The platforms core is as relevant, powerful, and well-supported as ever, but thats not the problem -- the real issue i...
0%
mobileburn.com
Updated:
2013-11-09 05:56:40
HTC made a big splash in the Windows Mobile world of smartphones last year when it introduced the Touch, a smartphone that was pretty much all touchscreen and was intended to be controlled with a finger. Earlier this year HTC came up big again with th...
Good Great camera, good menus and apps, massive storage capacity, Opera browser...
Bad Questionable display, relatively poor text input methods, incomplete haptic feedback...
Bottom line If you are a fan of devices like the Apple iPhone and the HTC Touch Diamond, the Samsung Omnia is probably going to capture your interest. Samsungs done a good job of layering some new functionality over what is otherwise a somewhat dated Windows Mob...
75%
slashgear.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:40
Talk about contentious: Samsung’s Omnia i900 has been heralded as everything from the best Windows Mobile smartphone yet, to the oft-fabled iPhone killer. Take a look at the spec sheet and you can see why, with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, 3G, WiFi, GPS, h...
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mobileblah.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:40
Translated from Greek, the name of Samsung’s new model means “everything” and its main purpose is to fully satisfy the needs of the modern cell phone user. This is a phone with a unique combination of characteristics such as 5-megapixel camera, large t...
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Pocketnow.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:40
I think theres an unspoken race among WinMo OEMs to add as many features as possible to new devices. And hey, were not complaining. The Omnia i900 from Samsung, which unapologetically looks like an iPhone, has a robust list of capabilities. Featu...
Good Gorgeous, thin design, Optical joystick, Lightweight, Incredible camera, Snappy performance, Fingerfriendly enhancements, Includes Opera 9.5, Great battery life, Vibration feedback helps to avoid mistaps, aGPS/WiFi/HSDPA, Good onscreen keyboard choices...
Bad No inbuilt stylus, Buggy, Pricey (unsubsidized), Fingerprint magnet, No case included, Screen resolution is a bit low, No 3G in the US, yet...
Bottom line This is going to be a really hot device, and when it comes to the US (which is still not confirmed, but quite likely), its going to sell very well. Samsung has made it very easy to love the Omnia by adding a surfeit of features that can appeal to...
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mobi101.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:40
Smartphone makers around the globe are tripping all over themselves in an attempt to create a phone that can compete with Apple’s iPhone. Samsung may have a winner with the Samsung i900, alternatively known as the Samsung SGH-i900 or the Samsung Omnia...
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mobilitytoday.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:41
Based on the most up to date 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 e...
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infosyncworld.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:41
Check out our exclusive video of the all-touch Samsung i900 Omnia, and see if you can spot Windows Mobile under that TouchWiz interface.
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gsmarena.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:41
The Samsung i900 Omnia has left us with nothing but good impressions. Everything about the device speaks "high-tech" - from the innovative touch interface through the rich connectivity and multimedia capabilities to the exclusive hardware characterist...
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theunwired.net
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2013-11-09 05:56:41
The Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia is Samsungs latest Windows Mobile smartphone, featuring a touchscreen. For a Samsung Windows Mobile smartphone, the Omnia is quite unique because so far, Samsung was pretty focused on keyboard-centric Windows Mobile smartpho...
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phonearena.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:41
Translated from Latin, the name of Samsung’s new model means “everything” and its main purpose is to fully satisfy the needs of the modern cell phone user. This is a phone with a unique combination of characteristics such as 5-megapixel camera, large t...
Good Allinone, DivX/XviD support, 5megapixel camera and good image quality, Excellent music sound quality, Nice earphones with a 3.5 mm adapter, Very good Internet browser...
Bad Cannot be used in direct sunlight, Not very useful Widgets, Limited accelerometer use, Not very userfriendly and personalized interface...
Bottom line Samsung has done a wonderful job in creating an all-in-one device. OMNIA truly performed very well in every aspect and offers a wonderful combination of a 5-megapixel camera, media player, internet browser and GPS navigation. All that in an attractive...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
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2013-11-09 05:56:42
Ask if this has been a good year for tech enthusiasts, and the general answer might have been a firm yes. As with each year, there have been some hits and misses over the past few months, but mostly hits, in our humble opinion. Leaving CommunicAsia 200...
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pocketpcmag.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:42
YouMail is a great, and free, voicemail service filled with features, which now include visual voicemail. Plus, this week we’ll note some more reviews and announcements of hot new devices, including a video of the Samsung Omnias touch interface...
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ocworkbench.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:42
Do you still want to wait for the iPhone 3G ? The Samsung OMNIA has everything packed in one single smart device that works better. Based on Windows MObile 6.1, the Samsung OMNIA does away with the rigid interface with a 3.2” WQVGA TFT LCD (240 x 40...
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gsmarena.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:43
Well, its the final whistle in our head-to-head. Tempted as we are to not leave it a tie and send it to a penalty shootout, we just have to pay due respect to both contenders. After all its not the score that makes the game exciting. Sometimes a dra...
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tech-faq.com
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2013-11-09 05:56:43
The Samsung i900 packs a lot of phone in a little bit of space. Constructed with a sturdy metallic body, the i900 pulls together all of the best features found with phones today into one simple to use package. At the same time, the unit is pretty thin...
Good Five megapixel camera ,Plenty of memory ,Full round of media features...
Bad umers who dont like Windows Mobile 6.1 may not like the unit despite the other features ,Device is at the higher end of the price range, placing it beyond some budgets...
Bottom line As is usually the case, you get what you pay for. While a little pricey, the Samsung i900 offers a lot in return. If you can swing the cost, you will love all the features.
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