Is there a way to incrementally enlarge a web page? I double tapped a small font text page to have it enlarge. It ended being a size so big that it was too big and would take too long to scroll around to see the whole page. I played with a Moto Droid on the same web page and a + or - icon comes up so you can increase the size to fit your needs.
Not knowing I wouldn't be able to edit or submit a 2nd one, I submitted a review before I bought this phone. I've now had it 2 weeks. I might bump my 3.5 rating to 3.75, 4.0 at most. This is a pretty good phone. Much better call quality than the last 2 Palm devices I've had. BT seems to work well w/my 2 yr old Plantronics. Speaker phone is good. Screen is good for viewing. Touch screen way behind Iphone level - I'm guessing this is mostly b/c of WinMo? Camera laggy. Have to play w/it a lot to find optimal range, zoom etc to get good pictures. Ambient light a big problem. Frustrated with the minimal number of apps or widgets available. MS apps are way overpriced for the most part. Contact search is really bad. On-screen keyboa... (continues)
Woohoo! anticipation is making me wait. I also just installed the SPB Mobile Shell on my Omnia I and it's almost as if I have a new phone. Now if I could just add the OLED, 3.5 jack, 800mhz CPU, and the integrated stylus, to name a few, I'd be able to get at least another year out of this phone. It's not that I have any real complaints about it either. I guess that darn gotta have it bug has bitten me again. I'm still curious as to wether the Omnia II has the flashlight feature as the Omnia I does. Anyone know for sure?
If this thing had come out as late as 3 months ago this forum would be 10 pages long and there would be 50 reviews. Verizon didn't miss out on much since it turns out the Droid is a success, but Samsung lost out big time by this thing not coming out sooner when people were actually excited about it.