Samsung's second take at the Omnia adds tons of features to this Windows Mobile and TouchWiz-based device. The Omnia II earns high marks in calling and camera performance, but comes up short in a few other areas.
Samsung's latest Windows Mobile 6.5 phone also runs the TouchWiz 2.0 user interface, meaning it skips most of Microsoft's experience and substitutes Samsung's. If you're looking for a smartphone packed with software and features galore, the Omnia II just might be for you. There are a few drawbacks to consider, however, and Phone Scoop weighs in on this weighty device.
I want to view videos on my Omnia II, such as on Myspace, and lsiten to music on Myspace sites, but get a grey box that says Flash 9 in red...how do I get flash 9 on the Omnia II? Or is that not possible? I need a Omnia II for Dummies guide!!
I have my old Omnia Modded to the hilt and absolutely love it! With my custom WinMo 6.5 Rom and Mobile Shell 3.5.2 I see no compelling reason to change as yet. I will wait to see what good Smartphones Verizon will have that will work with LTE when t... (continues)
I'm a power user of the older Omnia. I have a better form of windows mobile 6.5 than this version. Other than the screen, is there really an advantage in upgrading? I know that the specs are better but I'm worried that there won't be the ROM's available for this version to make it worth it.