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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by Omagus:

Jun 21, 2009, 11:35 PM
for the Nokia N97:
After a weekend with the N97
Had my N97 for 3 days and at this point I'm ready to call it my 2nd favorite S60 phone ever (E71 is #1). It's the best constructed N-series phone I've ever seen. The problem is that newer E-series phones run circles around the N-series in this department. It's nice but not as solid as the E71 or E75. But that might be asking for too much. N-series phones have more expensive parts in them (faster processors, higher quality cameras, ...

Aug 20, 2004, 11:17 AM
for the Samsung MM-A700 / SPH-A700:
Enough to convert...?
I used to have a Samsung A600. Earlier this year a changed to a Sanyo 5500 and told myself that I would never get a Samsung again. I had had enough problems from the A600 (and the A500 before it) that I was fed up with that particular make. Two things have caused me to waiver in that hard line stance: the A680 and the A700. The A680 looks to be a great phone and the A700 seems to ...

Aug 17, 2004, 6:23 PM
for the Samsung SPH-A680 / VM-A680:
Great little videophone
In an effort to keep up with the Jones' (or Sanyos), Samsung released this little baby. It looked great upon initial release, but I was somewhat skeptical of it because, well, it's a Samsung. However, this phone has held up remarkably well. First of all, if you want the smallest possible video phone, this is it. Like most Samsungs, it's very well designed. And whatever the company's been doing recently with their battery life, they need to keep doing. ...

Apr 12, 2004, 5:05 AM
for the Sanyo SCP-5500 / VM-4500:
Top Dog vs Top Dog
In the ongoing war between Samsung and Sanyo to produce the best Vision phones, we can compare their phones that are currently considered top of the line: Samsung's A600 and Sanyo's VM4500. Ever since Vision launched, the two companies have pretty much followed this pattern: Samsung launches first with a pretty good (if flawed) device, while Sanyo maintains a more patient approach and releases a phone that just seems to blow everything else out of the water (N400 ...

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