Excerpt: Like the Blackberry Storm , the Samsung Omnia is part of the first wave of post-iPhone smartphones aimed directly for the Apple market. From its lack of a keyboard to its multimedia capabilities, Samsung is going for convenience, portability and multi-functionality. It is a valiant attempt, but lots of unusual design choices make the Omnia more awkward than progressive.
Pros: Hi-res screen; lightweight; many multimedia options
Cons: Clunky touchscreen; awkward keyboard; slow downloading when not using Wi-Fi