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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: 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: All told, the disadvantages of the Samsung OmniaPRO B7610 far outweigh its positive sides and make us look at the HTC Touch Pro2 . Samsung´s device may look more spectacularly, but functionality and reliability are more important for business-oriented devices.
Pros: Awesome display, Spectacular design, Profound personalization of Windows Mobile, Capable multimedia device
Cons: Appalling in-call quality, Exceptionally sluggish, The QWERTY disallows fast text entry