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Samsung OmniaPRO B7610 Review
8 March 2014
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Excerpt: The Samsung Omnia II has been a big hit, so it’s no wonder that Samsung wanted to continue the success of the line by making the same device (more or less) but with a slide-out keyboard. The Omnia Pro B7610 is positioned nicely against the Touch Pro2, but adds a faster CPU and an AMOLED display.
Summary: Its cornucopia of features can't save the Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 from feeling dated, due to its Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system and resistive touchscreen. If you're desperate for a Qwerty keyboard, we think there are better phones to choose from
Pros: Keyboard has big, easy-to-use buttons; speedy Opera Mobile is default browser; long list of pre-installed apps.
Cons: Plethora of menu items is confusing; sluggish resistive touchscreen; widgets are slow to update; clumsy switching between portrait and landscape mode.
Summary: The Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 represents the Korean chaebol's aim to incorporate both work and play into a powerful device. Our experience with it says otherwise. The B7610's thicker dimension is the result of a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which at first sight spells good news for messaging junkies.
Conclusion: So is the Samsung OmniaPro B7610 a decent device? Hell yeah. I found very few things I didn’t like about it. Its a good all rounder with the added bonus of the slide out keyboard. Is it as good as the HTC Touch Pro2? I would say they are pretty much equal.
Conclusion: The B7320 is a pleasant surprise. Samsung has done an excellent job on this, just like they did with the i780. The B7320 does better though with the excellent battery life and new homescreens, great audio reproduction, as well as price.
Conclusion: In my opinion – No! Its not a bad bit of kit but its not as user friendly as the others I have just mentioned. I just feel that whether you are buying sim free or upgrading your contract you will be wiser to choose another device. Sorry Samsung, better luck next time.
Conclusion: At the end of the Samsung B7610 OmniaPRO review we're about to part ways with one solid device - the specs alone will tell you that much. But having held it in our hands we can safely confirm.
Pros: Quad-band GSM support and 3G with HSDPA, 3.5" 16M-color (65K effective) AMOLED display of 800 x 480 pixel resolution, Work & Life mode switch key, Full side sliding QWERTY keyboard, 800 MHz processor with dedicated graphics accelerator, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash and D1 vid...
Cons: Bulky and heavy, 65K color limitation of display has color gradients banding, Poor sunlight legibility, Comes with OmniaLITE-grade HSDPA speed, and no HSUPA support, microSD card slot under the battery cover, The display and back pannel are finger print magnets, Performance under WinMo 6.5 not a ...