Reviews and Problems with Samsung I8910 / ICON HD / Omnia HD
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Samsung SCH i910 Omnia (Verizon)
16 October 2010
Summary: Well this phone is just kind of outdated.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: 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).
Summary: Been using this phone for a while now. Firstly, it's a pity for Samsung's choice in using a resistive touch screen. It's a huge fingerprint magnet but use of a screen protector lessens the amount of wiping the oil/dirt/print from the screen you have to do in a day. Lack of stylus only sometimes hinders writing down things. Also, I do not like the fact that they used a Symbian OS for this phone.
Summary: Pros: Windows Mobile Phone is a great feature on this phone if you know your way around. I liked the 5MP camera overall takes great pictures and a great flash. Cons: Very slow and occasionally freezes. Sometimes need to restart it and the touch screen isn't as responsive as I would like it to be. Also sometimes I have issues connecting to the internet at times, don't exactly know if it's the phone with the problems or the carrier but I don't like it either way.
Excerpt: Had the i8910 for 1 day.Call quality / voice quality is abysmal - either in GSM or in 3G and with maximum signal strength the person I called said I sounded like I was talking in a tunnel and the person I was talking to sounded muffled and strangely distant. Although I doubt upgrading the firmware will change this (and I was also hoping to get a working GPS).
Pros: Stunning Screen, Good re-do of Symbian, Great multi-media capabilities, DivX player without need to recode, Good Music Quality, 1500 mAh battery
Cons: Call quality / voice quality is abysmal - not useful as a phone, GPS doesn't seem to get a signal, Samsung PC Suite recognizes and connects to phone, refuses to update, Touch-Screen far lower sensitivity/ergonomics than iPhone
Summary: Cards on table: I used to own an XDA running Win6. Yes this is generally a great phone with respect to hardware. Great camera, nice feel - especially with silicone protector - sound is great etc. BUT, I have been pulling my hair out trying to find GPS that is compatible - Garmin is useless as you have to use their pathetically small mSD card, CoPilot not compatible (although their website says it is if on Win6 - which the Omnia HD does not have as its OS?
Summary: Ho regalato da un paio di giorno, questo telefono a mio padre. Precedentemente lui aveva un Nokia C7, ma non si è trovato molto bene e cosi, tramite un amico, sono riuscita a reperire in buonissime condizioni estetiche e funzionali ( tramite un negozio), questo Samsung i8910. Avendo ormai qualche anno ovviamente è usato appunto. Tornare al Samsung per mio padre è stata una bella salvezza.
Summary: Schnelle Lieferung. Artikel entspricht der Beschreibung, leider waren keine Kopfhörer dabei, obwohl in der Beschreibung stand es werden neue Kopfhörer mitgeliefert. Software ist auch veraltet und das Navi Funktioniert nicht.
Auch heute noch bezüglich der Grundausstattung sehr solide
30 December 2012
Summary: Das Samsung Omnia HD i8910 ist ein nicht mehr ganz so aktuelles Handymodell aus dem Jahre 2009. Das damalige Flaggschiff des Samsung-Lineups ist allerdings auch heute noch interessant, da es noch immer für die Smartphone-Grundfunktionen gute Dienste leistet und gebraucht bereits für unter 100Euro zu haben ist.