Reviews and Problems with Samsung Omnia HD / I8910
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Amazing Hardware with a poor software support
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Samsung - OmniaHD i8910 Smartphone Cell Phone has one of the top specification in its time. It has the ARM Cortex A8 600 MHZ with PowerVR SGX graphics processor, 8G internal RAM, 8MP autofocus camera, 720P video recording, dual speakers, AMOLED screen, 3G, 2G HSPA, AGPS. Bacially, anything you can think of, it has it. The speification is pretty much on par with iPhone 3GS or even better. The screen is amazin. The color is vibrant and saturated.
Summary: I am just not us to the newer cell phones with all the capabilties! The phone works, I just dont know how to use all the functions yet LOL. Very clear picture quality and I assume once I understand all uses it will be great.
Summary: The Omnia i910 is my first smartphone. I activiated it on Page Plus TNT 1200 plan without a problem. The phone works better if you upgrade the the ROM to DF 14 and upgrade to a more recent version of .net The biggest problem with the phone is the OS. Windows mobile is simply put BAD. Many menus are hard to navigate with your fingers and the overall look is not very good. I would consider a different phone just becasue of windowns mobile.
Summary: Both my husband and I ordered 2 Samsung sch i910. He can't quite playing it with it. we like the instant beaming info back and forth between phones, the items are end less and we are still learning. For any one into the computer this is a small computer in your hand not just a phone.
Summary: I bought the CDMA phone samsung omnia i910 one month ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive phone. It has a 5M-pixel camera (good quality), WIFI, Bluetooth, big memory capacity inside (8 GB), Windows Mobile OS.
Summary: I bought an Omnia i910 several months ago and overall I really like this phone. I'm using it with PagePlus with no problems. Call quality is excellent and I'm amazed at what this phone can do--there are hundreds of free Windows Mobile apps available. The phone does have a few quirks, which can be overcome with a little tinkering.