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Samsung i900 Omnia 3G Smart Mobile Phone Review
8 March 2014
Excerpt: Hvis du er på udkig efter en mobiltelefon, der oser af stil og raffinement derefter Samsung i900 Omnia er den perfekte gadget til dig. Brugerne vil finde sig nyder ved at arbejde på denne fantastiske gadget.
Excerpt: Any photographer worth his prime lens would have heard of the Nikon D3s. A full size, full frame, professional-grade body, the D3s is Nikons offering to professionals who don't quite need a very high megapixel output, but demand speed and do a lot of shooting in low, or less-than-ideal light.
Pros: Extremely well built, with good weather sealing, Brilliant high ISO image quality - probably one of the best cameras around for shooting in low light, Produces sharp, detailed images with good resolved detail, Very good auto focus system, Perfectly substantial grip and ergonomics - everything is ...
Cons: Bulky and heavy, a good workout if you're looking to carry it all day, 12.1 megapixels was considered a mediocre resolution in 2008, AWB tends to add a warm cast under incandescent lighting, Menus are very complex, and memorising where which option is, is an uphill task, At close to 3 lakhs, did ...
Conclusion: There you are. We have picked the kludges that freaked us out on the Omnia and taken a critical look at the Jet and how it handles those same issues, and the new kid passes in flying colours.
Summary: The Omnia is built of some slick and sturdy hardware; perhaps not as sophisticated as the (not much) pricier touch screens in the market, but I'm not nervous about taking this one out on the road and treating it like a phone.
Pros: Universal landscape mode and universal landscape QWERTY; optically-enhanced action button functions as a scroller or track pad; appropriate use of haptic feedback and accelerometers; excellent 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus and face detection; secondary cam for video calls; embedded GPS; ...
Excerpt: Samsung's first major Windows Mobile touchscreen effort boasts a 5-megapixel camera and good video and music playback. We took the Omnia out for a spin to see if it mixes business with pleasure well or if it’s just another underwhelming touchscreen phone.
Excerpt: I think there’s an unspoken race among WinMo OEMs to add as many features as possible to new devices such as conference call service . And hey, we’re not complaining. The Omnia i900 from Samsung, which unapologetically looks like an iPhone, has a robust list of capabilities.
Excerpt: We all know that Windows Mobile is the most mature and full featured Smar tphone operating system, however that maturity has also meant that it is missing some of the newer user interface (UI) paradigms such as multi touch and enhanced mobile browsers like Safari.
Conclusion: In this shoot-out, we see that the E90 put up a good fight, especially in colour rendition of close-ups. But in distance shots, it clearly loses out to the Omnia in sharpness and details (which is where the extra megapixels came in handy).
Summary: The Samsung OMNIA is a nice phone. Its physical design is good, it feels great in the hand and the basics (dialing, sound quality, camera) are well executed. However, the touch-interface lacks the appeal of competitors like the iPhone and even the T-Mobile G1 as their software was natively designed...