Video Tour: Samsung Omnia
i found my new phone :)
(i have it on my dare for drawing on pic, and clicking links on the web)
I also found the keyboards to be decent. It has XT9 for auto-correcting typing mistakes, which helps. It is extremely flexible - as I tried to show in the video - with three Samsung keyboard options (plus standard Windows ones) that you can use in either portrait or landscape. Pair that with adjustable haptic feedback, and I think most people will find at least one configuration they like.
I just watched your review, which was well done. I have a few questions: 1. How does it ocmpare to the IPhone 3G as a media player, musice player and mos importantly as a web browser. I understand that you might not have played with an IPhone 3G.
I was just about to order the Storm, but it seems like this is the better phone for the money. Which do you like better? This or the Storm? I won't get an IPhone 3G, because I refuse to leave VZW for ATT. Any thought?
I can speak to a couple of points, though:
First, the browser is good. It's the exact same Opera browser as on the Touch Diamond, which I would consider to be the closest any company has come to the iPhone's browser to date. It's not perfect, but it's better than most. I probably prefer it to the Storm's browser, but the Storm's browser is good enough that I'm sure some people would prefer that one.
The Omnia is a great size. Huge screen, but still relatively thin. On paper, the Storm is only slightly thicker, but in perso...
The ultimate question is: The Omnia or Storm? Which would you choose? Just in case you are wondering, I will use the phone for (besides as a phone of course):
1. Web surfing
2. Video Player
3. Music player
4. Text Messaging
Also, I will not be using the phone for business reasons, only personal use.
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