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12
February

Samsung I900 Omnia Mobile Phone Review

There is no doubt that the Samsung i900 Omnia has been designed as a potential iPhone killer. The
features and specification are almost identical and it even looks very similar. The Omnia is a touch
screen slide phone packed with latest technologies. With fabulous multi-media capabilities and a 3.2
inch WQVGA TFT LCD screen with 65k colours and 240 x 400 pixel resolution. The amount of technology that has been packed into this slim and sleek design at only 112mm x 56.9mm x 12.5mm and weighing just 125g is incredible. Additionally you can expect up to 6.5 hours talk time and up to a whopping 450 hours of standby on one full charge!

The Omnia features a 5 mega-pixel camera featuring 4x digital zoom, image stabilising, LED flash, auto-focus and shot modes. Recording of video footage is a straightforward affair with the i900 Omnia with recording in MP4 and 3GPP formats and play back of MPEG4, WMV, Xvid, Dvix, H.263 & H.264 formats. The Samsung i900 Omnia is also video call enabled allowing true video conversations with other 3G users.

In terms of entertainment the Omnia mobile phone has a fantastic music system, playing MP3, AMR, AAC, WMA, OGG, and AAC+ music files with a built-in FM stereo radio with RDS and a handy voice recording feature. The Omnia comes with 40 pre-installed tones and supports both MP3 and polyphonic ring-tones. A great feature of the i900 Omnia is the podcasting facility. this allows you to download your favourite radio and internet shows via RSS (Really Simple Syndication) so you can listen to them when convenient and with a huge 8gb of internal memory you should be able to download as many as you like!

As you would expect, the Omnia offers an excellent web browsing experience utilising XHTML, HTML, RSS and WAP 2.0 technologies. With netwrork services such as 3G, HSDPA, WLAN Wi-Fi, GPRS and EDGE, downloading and browsing is fast and reliable. You can connect to other devices using the Bluetooth or USB technologies which are supported. A Quad-band network phone, the Samsung i900 Omnia can be used throughout Europe and America, allowing you to stay in touch with friends, family or the office wherever you may be.

In addition to the email capabilities using POP3/SMTP/IMAP4 services, the i900 Omnia mobile phone comes with the full range of messaging services with SMS, MMS, instant messaging, cell broadcast and push-to-talk. For ease of texting the Omnia also features predictive text input.

Pros
5-megapixel camera
3.2-inch touchscreen
Desktop widgets
DivX/XviD support
A-GPS with Google Maps
8gb of internal memory
WiFi
HSDPA
Looks futuristic and modern
Opera browser

Cons
Uses Windows mobile operating system
Need to use stylus for touch screen

The Samsung i900 Omnia mobile is a fantastic phone with more features than many of us will ever need! A class leader with very few weak points, If Samsung could have offered their own OS with touch screen capability and with multi-tasking, instead of the (relatively) slow Windows mobile system, this phone could have been the one to beat. As it stands, this mobile is still one of the best smartphones around.

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