Reviews and Problems with Samsung i900 / Omnia / Player Addict
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Kyle McMacken, REVIEW STREAM
5 days ago
Excerpt: The Samsung Omnia has an amazing 3.2 inch LCD touch screen which uses a “TouchWiz” graphic user interface. The screen almost takes up the entire phone face. It has the ability to show over 262 thousand colours and a maximum 240×400 resolution. The images on the screen are not as sharp as the other touch screen phones on the market like the Blackberry Storm, but it is still extremely bright and very clear for looking at images and text.
Excerpt: I receive this phone as a christmas gift. I was into Nokia for years now and so I was hesitant if I will enjoy this phone. This is a touch screen phone and has a list of wide features. I like the shape and the size. It is elegant and the color was my favorite. Now everything and most of the features are done through haptical touch feedback. It was very modern and unique. Though most of the phones now in the market has this feature, this is one is special.
Excerpt: I have had the Samsung Omnia in my possession for about a month. The Omnia is one of the better touch screen phones that I have used. It does not compare to the HTC Touch Pro, but it is definitely better than the iPhone. I like using the internet on this phone. It is definitely much less laggy than the internet on the HTC Touch Pro, but it does not compare to the internet on the iPhone.
Summary: The Wifi doesn't really work, i have to connect with my laptop..The phone hang couple times, battery drains pretty fast if i use the headset for listening mp3 musics. The only reason i bought this phone is because the price is reasonable. With around 50$ i can get not so responsive touchscreen, Wifi(which doesn't work), Video Call (which i rarely use) , and a clear loudspeaker. Not less or much...
Summary: I do not like the Windows CE, I have it a netbook and hardly EVER use that .and did not realize at the time that it was. It is fine for someone that use the phone for work but not for the average person that wants immediate action as far NOT having to go to the actual pages and open them. It does not automatically open to my network when available, even though I have it set to do that and if you lock the phone you have to back and turn on wireless.
Excerpt: It's a great phone but the keyboard can only be used if you have small fingers or you constantly use the stylus. Looks great and overall I enjoy all the functionality it provides (including the tethering feature which allows me to use it as a modem). The only concern I have is the occasional overheating if I am on the phone too long.
It is a pretty cool phone with a lot of neat features.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Samsung Omnia is a pretty cool slick phone. It is an i-phone wanna be. Functionally The touch screen keyboard is sometimes a little difficult for larger fingers so the stylus is easiest to use for typing and manuvering through web-pages and other things you access. It is a little annoying that the stylis does not have a slot to hide away in. It can be attached, but I don't personally like that. The Omnia has a great battery life.
3/5 stars. Decent data phone but driod and apple ones are better
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Overall its a decent phone. Comes with some pretty useful programs such as word, mobile email, broswer, etc. Runs windoes mobile 6.1 and you can customize a lot of things if you are tech savy. Not for the average user though, there is not really an app store. Well there is but there are only less than a hundred apps and are pretty pricey for some apps that you would find on an iphone for free.
Excerpt: Had a Motorola L6 SLVR with T-Mobile prepaid, but was forced to switch to Page Plus (Verizon) when I moved. Picked up this phone since it had the main features I wanted: Wifi, bluetooth, and a touchscreen. It pairs easily enough with Motorola Bluetooth headphones and I actually use it more for a music player than for a phone. Battery life is pretty good. Other than that it is clearly a last generation model.