Summary: Las puntos-ventajas de este terminal son su sistema operativo Windows Movile 6.1 Pro, su pantalla Wide QVGA de 3,2 pulgadas, su ratón óptico y su cámara autofocus de 5MP con reconocimiento de rostro y tomas panorámicas. Además, no olvidemos la función de geotagging de la que dispone su GPS integrado. Otro punto a favor del Samsung Omnia i900 es su conectividad: Bluetooth, USB, HSDPA y Wi-Fi.
Excerpt: I purchased the Samsung Omnia since I couldn't get the iPhone on Verizon. It is definitely not the iPhone, but it does work well. The camera is the best I have had so far in a cell phone. It has great detail and zoom for a phone camera. I can stay connected to all my email accounts in one place, and it is easy to open Word, Excel, ad PDF files. There is a huge amount of memory (8GB) for a phone which makes keeping those great pictures a breeze.
Excerpt: The Samsung Omnia is a great phone. It has many unique features that I really like about it. One of its unique features is its ability to capture a business card and then transer it as a business contact in your phone automatically. An excellent feature for any person in sales. Another feature that it has, is a built in GPS unit.
Excerpt: My Samsung Omnia is all that I thought it would be. It has great features and I love the camera. It takes great shot that I developed into hard copy pictures. The touch screen phone is easy to use.
My samsung soltice phone is great it has everyting I need.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: My samsung soltice is the best cellphone that I have ever had it is so easy to acces the internet it has a touchscreen and a widget bar right on the face of the phone where you can drag and drop the item that you want I would recommend this phone to anyone .
Excerpt: I recieved this phone in March of 2009. I got it because I wanted a phone where I could use as a compact organizer as well instead of carrying a thick organizer. I thought is would be nice to have a touch screen but at first I couldn't get the hang of it. It took me a while to appreciate the touch screen and eventually enjoyed having it. It is easy to press the buttons unlike the Blackberry Storm which I thought about getting when I purchased this one.
as close to an iPhone as you'll get with Verizon right now
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is for the Samsung Omnia phone on the Verizon network. To be honest up front, I love Verizon. I've been with them for years and I have never considered switching providers. But, Verizon does not offer an the iPhone. So it was time to get a new phone so I checked out what Verizon offered. My main concerns were: I need a phone that actually worked well as a phone, I need mobile web browsing, I preferred to have a camera and I really wanted a phone with built-in WiFi.
Excerpt: I have had the Omnia for 10 months now, so I have had enough time to review it well. The phone definitely has its pros and cons. Pros: -Touchscreen -OK good battery life. I charge mine every few days or so, but when I use it a lot it's usually every other day. -Slim, sleek, and stylish-looking -Easily customizable--this is probably the biggest pro --Camera is pretty great, for a phone --It's basically a little computer in your pocket --I've never had any problems with...
Excerpt: My Samsung cell phone was free with my forty dollar plan that ends up to be a fifty dollar plan after all of the taxes and fees, and it's not so bad. For the $39.99 plus all of the taxes and fees, making it about $50.00 amonth give or take a few bucks, I get a pretty good deal. I get 650 anywhere/anytime minutes and free call after 9PM and all weekend long (weekend being Friday at Midnight to Sunday at midnight.