Reviews and Problems with Samsung i8350 / I677 / Focus Flash / Omnia W
Showing 1-10 of 58
Samsung i8350 Omnia W
13 December 2015
Summary: The Samsung I8350 Omnia W belongs to the category of midrange phones. It isn’t exactly brilliant, compared with other reviewed products. Its major pro is that it’s very well built and has a good price tag.
Conclusion: The battery life hurts, but aside from that, the Samsung Focus Flash performs as well as any Windows Phone and costs only $50 with a two-year contract — roughly $150 less than a lot of other high-end smartphones.
Conclusion: After weighing in all its positives and negatives, we can say that the Samsung Omnia W is one decent all-around smartphone, especially when we take its price point into account. Sure, it may not come bragging with a dual-core processor, tons of RAM, or any bells and whistles of that kind, but its...
Pros: Compact and lightweight, Silky smooth navigation, Very good in-call audio quality
Cons: Storage cannot be expanded, Somewhat underwhelming multimedia performance
Samsung Focus Flash – an unassuming, but stylish Windows Phone 7 handset that everyone can afford
15 November 2011
Conclusion: The price is supposed to be somewhere between $50-100 with a contract on AT&T, which is pretty good for what you’re getting, but there aren’t a lot of reasons why you should choose a Windows 7 smartphone over the competition.
Conclusion: Like we mentioned above the hardware isn't really anything special or new, but then neither is the software with Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. We've seen it before but it does come in a decent package that is at least somewhat impressive when considering the price it'll be -- just $49 with a new 2-year...