Reviews and Problems with Samsung I8000 / Omnia II / Omnia ICON
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: My job requires that I have a Windows phone, I originally started out with the Omnia. After many issues with the interfacing with corporate email and the Omnia, I was upgraded to the Omnia II. There was vast improvements on the Omnia II over the previous phone and work email interface is now functional. The functionality and extras on the phone make it fun as well as productive.
Samsung Omnia II - Good for some things not for all
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Samsung Omnia II offers the choose to go completely mobile. Running on windows 6.5 it comes stocked with the entire Office Suite. It is easy to navigate and understand and very user friendly. The battery life is great, maybe a full charge once a week and I text on it all day long. However it is windows run and windows freezes at times and so does this phone.
Excerpt: I have been using my Omnia II as my primary work phone for almost six months. So far, so good. The customization is great. Regarding what you can do as far as making apps and programs that you use frequently the most easily accessible. I find typing on it is not as cumbersome as tiny keyboards. The Camera takes incredible pictures and video. I was surprised by the high quality as compared to other smartphones.
Excerpt: The Samsung Omnia II I800 Smartphone rocks. This phone is incredible. It really does do it all. The Samsung Omnia II I800 is like having a mini laptop right in your pocket. You can create, edit and e-mail Microsoft documents right from the phone. It is the easiest text message you could possibly imagine. The text message style (using the stylus pen without lifting it up) does take some getting used to. It is also not always correct with it's letters.
Excerpt: I currently have the samsung Omnia II and before i bought it i looked at several review website and several people said it was not a good food. I went on my own instinct and purchased it anyway, so far i love the phone. The swype features is a good feature and makes it easier to text and if you have big fingers the stylus is a plus. It also has lots of features and and really good display on the screen.
Excerpt: This was my first experience with a smartphone and I didn't even have a set of instructions to work with and it was still a piece of cake! Navigating the phone was extremely simple. I used my instincts to point at things I wanted and to "double point" and the phone magically did everything I wanted it to. There is a strong camera, an easy to use keyboard, and the touchscreen is very responsive and simple to use.
Excerpt: I love all Samsung products!!!!! When the original Omnia come out I was in heaven!!!! I quickly bought it and used it for everything!!! it never left my side lol!! I was really excited when I found out that they were coming out with a better version. I was looking forward to the larger memory and the updates they were addding to it! It was worth the wait I love this phone more then the original!!
Sensitive screen. A loud sound. Stable reception. A beautiful design. Easy
3 July 2012
Summary: The stylish look of your phone. Convenient management. Clear the operating system. Powerful battery pack meets the specs. Strong Wi-Fi. Juicy and bright color screen. Support for 8 GB microSD. Vospoizvodit all formats of video (600x480) and audio. There is a software with the next updates.
Summary: Disliked: 1.This device has a 800hmz CPU but it is sometimes working like it has a 500mhz CPU (Totally windows mobile is causing this problem) 2.I dont understand why Iphone is installing a Co-CPU for graphic operations and other brands still insist on loading all the burden on 1 CPU? This phone needs a Co-CPU :p:p:p (You will feel this while trying to watch HD videos) :p 3.Wider screen would be better, especially for GPS programs 4.GPS reception is poor.