Summary: I love the phone, it's like a mini computer using the Windows software. The downside is the VERY limited applications that are available and most cost big money. I love the stylist and the touch screen being not very sensitive. My husband has trouble with a normal touch screen even when the sensitivity is turned all they way down. This one is perfect for his Big Manly Fingers.
Summary: Overall this is a good basic phone for anyone who is new to touchscreen phones. I bought it as a gift for someone and they seem to like it, but it doesn't beat having and android or the new windows phone. The touchscreen is not the best, and it comes with a stylus which makes it easier to use, but if you want to use your fingers it will take a lot of practice. There are no apps except what you can download from the VZW store.
Summary: Well this phone is just kind of outdated. It no longer has the VZW app store because Verizon terminated it. It has some pretty cool features though, if you hack it. Its a pretty hard-to-use-phone because the touch screen is not as sensitive as something like a Droid or iPhone. Its an ok phone but sometimes its really difficult to operate. Its a good size, perfect fit for your hand. It doesnt weigh too much.
Summary: Este producto es muy bueno, es un poco más pequeño que el omnia i900 pero no se puede utilizar en Chile, en la cual ya no existe la redes CDMA. Además Verizon bloquea el GPS lo cual obliga a cambiar la ROM.
Summary: This phone (the Samsung SCH i910) is a fascinating piece of tech- it works quite well in some ways and is frustrating beyond belief in others. Pros- parts of the interface are well-designed. It is quite convenient having a computer in one's pocket for directions and web searching (and since I hate the tiny keys of many sliders, the on-screen keyboard is a nice compromise).