Review: Samsung Omnia II
The Omnia II has a whopping 3.7-inch display with a touch layer of the resistive type. I want to take the time to talk about it separately because it is perhaps the best and most-responsive resistive touch screen I have used. Once calibrated properly, the Omnia II's screen reacts to the lightest touches. You can touch it so lightly, that you almost believe you are interacting with a capacitive display. Long story short, if you're on the fence about the Omnia II's resistive display, I highly suggest you prioritize other features, because it performs very, very well.
CTIA Fall 2009
Live from San Diego for the wireless industry's big fall event. Hands-on with the new Samsungs, Nokias, HTC HD2, Pantechs, and the PCD Razzle, including hands-on video.
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