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Can't believe they finally released it


Dec 2, 2009, 11:05 PM
Has anyone seen it yet? Was it worth the wait?

Dec 3, 2009, 7:26 AM
Verizon waited to long I went with the Motorola Droid BEST phone I ever owed better than my Blackberry Windows Mobile is not for me.

Dec 3, 2009, 12:21 PM
I have it. The Swype technology is addicting. The camera is the best I have seen on a phone since the original Omnia. There is a little lag, but its not significant.

I also have the Droid, and i am keeping that phone as well, for the Google Voice app, mainly. The camera sucks on the droid, and it does also have its fair share of problems.

Go for the Omnia II if you are going to be using your phone for business, Outlook/Exchange support, or you need Office Mobile. Go for the Droid if you need a phone that has an outstanding navigation system and decent virtual keyboard.

Dec 3, 2009, 6:03 PM
I thought the new Omnia was suppose to have a slide out keyboard??? Eh?
Rich Brome

Dec 3, 2009, 10:56 PM

Dec 7, 2009, 9:28 AM
"I thought the new Omnia was suppose to have a slide out keyboard???"

I'm overjoyed it doesn't have a slide out keyboard. I would even consider it if it had, but then I'm not a heavy text person either.

Dec 4, 2009, 11:10 AM
Do you still need the extra connector for the radio...I hate that on my Omnia. Also on the Omnia 1, when you are on the phone, you have to push a button to activate the phone controls while you are in a call.

I have also had issues with trying to use the phone while i have a notification. The notification demands that I respond to it before I can use my phone again.

And then there is the issue of the touch screen which if you do not touch in exactly the right place, all of a sudden you are not where you wanted to be.

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