Reviews and Problems with Samsung I8000 / Omnia II / Omnia ICON
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so far so good.
21 March 2012
Summary: recieved my samsung omnia 2 I920 touch screen with 3g. so far its pretty cool phone. a little slow but then again i have had worse phones. im enjoying playin with the phone atm so many things and options this phone has. im very happy with how good the touchscreen is.
Summary: Great phone with nice features. Works great with Page Plus. The wi-fi feature is a plus. This is my first "smart phone". Could care less about getting the internet on my phone but for the price, this phone is nice. Best of all, you can make phone calls with it and text! Nice camera also.
Summary: Dont this phone got a front Camera as well beside the back camera???? 4those who has this phone do u really like it??? Also like it say no contract is it use like a prepaid phone like Metro PCS????
Summary: This phone works great on the pageplus system-a lot of functions-the no contract pay as you go makes it a very affordable phone for the kids!Excellent graphics and very easy to use.5 star rating!
Summary: i got this phone 2 weeks ago. so far , i like it. but there's one thing i can figure out: i have transfered (via Bluetooth) phone numbers that was stored in my old phone to this Omnia but can't seem to find them.
Excerpt: Great Phone.I used to have an iPhone 3G but I get bored of it after 3 months.....its like being married with a shotgun pointed to your back..you are tied to iTunes with a chain....with WM 6.5 I can do whatever I want with this device, it work great wiout any problems or bugs..
Pros: Full conetivity, full customable, Great camera, Amoled Display....
Cons: If you are not familiar with WM maybe its not for you.....but sure worth a try!....
Excerpt: Upgraded from the i910 Omnia. Couldn't be happier with the device. Thing is, I'm not an average phone user, which is why I (as well as most of you folks) got this phone in the first place.
Pros: Windows Mobile, camera quality, sound quality, Speed, Screen Resolution
Cons: Windows Mobile, Useless cube app, TouchWiz a little too simplistic at times--tries too hard to make you forget it's WinMo. None of these are major concerns though as they can all be fixed through customization.