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
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.
Pros: Bright, colorful Super AMOLED Plus display, Low $50 price, High-end specs for its price, Solid construction, Windows Phone 7.5 interface rocks
Cons: No microSD, 5-megapixel camera is a bit slow, Poor battery life, 3.7-inch screen may be too small for some
Summary: Whether you're shopping for your first smartphone or you just want a capable device without spending a bundle, the $49.99 Samsung Focus Flash is a compelling choice. The interface is attractive and easy to use, the Super AMOLED display is top-notch, and the design is compact but solid.
Excerpt: Whereas Nokia's Lumia 800 is standing tall as the flagship Windows Phone 7.5 device to lead out 2011 for Europe, the selection of new Mango devices is decidedly more competitive in the US. Samsung is taking a very strong two-tier approach with its Focus S and Focus Flash for AT&T.
Pros: Crisp, bright display, Low cost, Competitive Windows Phone specs
Excerpt: Although the curated (read: super-restrictive) nature of the iOS platform is fine for showing off, it is practically useless for anything that can be considered productive. It's no secret that an Android or Symbian smartphone is a must if you want to get any work done.
Pros: Brilliant AMOLED display; Excellent UI; Seamless Social Networking Integration; Front camera; Wi-Fi tethering; Powerful Office suite; Compact and lightweight; Includes Gorilla Glass protection.
Cons: Lacks USB mass storage mode; Useless as a PMP; No Bluetooth file transfers; Non-expandable memory; Strange bug with on-screen keypad.
Samsung Omnia W review: A solid, mid-range smartphone that offers nothing new
Good Gear Guide.au
30 March 2012
Summary: The Samsung Omnia W is not going to attract the iPhone and Android masses and doesn't really offer anything new. However, this is a very good mid-range smartphone at a relatively competitive price.
Conclusion: Dirigido a quienes buscan un celular con lo nuevo del sistema operativo Windows Phone 7.5 y que sea completo. Con este Samsung obtendrás una buena cámara, muchísimas aplicaciones del Marketplace de Windows y un buen rendimiento del procesador.
Pros: Viene con el nuevo sistema operativo Windows Phone, el cual es intuitivo y fácil de usar. Tiene una buena cámara con flash. Tiene lo último en conexiones inalámbricas.
Cons: Tiene un procesador que servirá para realizar varias tareas al mismo tiempo pero solamente tiene un núcleo. Los materiales de los que está hecho el cuerpo del celular no son elegantes.