some ppl always seek the feature which the phone doesnt have.
i900 already has all the feature which the phone can get.
this phone will rule this year over nokia/SE crap..
it needs built in tv
Big question is:
Can the i900 do VGA VIDEO recording with 30 FPS ?
Display : 262 144 Colors
How much will this be?
Yes, I believe it does have Microsoft Office Pocket, refer to this informationweek.com article: http://www.informationweek.com/news/personal_tech/smartphones/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=208402878
"those interested will be able to buy one right after CommunicAsia on June 17 from stores and operators."
I am not clear about above sentence. What does the word "One right after CommunicAsia" mean? When can we buy i900? After CommunicAsia (20 June) OR Start from CommunicAsia (17 June)?
The phone is very nice... I'll be waiting for this.. :)
Crucial for me is whether it has a document viewer or proper pocket office can anyone clarify with certainty. Samsung site just refers to "access" to dox
after reading upon all these phones it seems to me that we are all just better off waiting about a year for these three or so phones to compete and then choose from next years generation of pocket pcs, by then one or two will be up to par, and windows mobile (the likely os for most of these companies) will have worked out a lot of issues.
michealnam, 09 Jun 2008this is a true competitor for htc diamond. but touch pro is just perfect.Inclined to agree with you but touch pro seems to have simply white icons, and looks dull. Do you know differently?
Does anyone whose Wifi is used?
the ph is looking very good the features look nice wht is price in market
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2008storage space is useless without a headphone jack... come on now, its not the 50'snot true. I'll carry a dedicated MP3 player for listening to music and radio stations and yet i still need the extra memory space for tonnes of applications.
so can this phone play movies and videos? and can u record videos with the camera?
Samsung has officially announced the i900 as the Omnia. This will come in 16GB and 8GB versions, while the rest of the specs remain the same for both. The 16GB version will first be available at S$1,098 and those interested will be able to buy one right after CommunicAsia on June 17 from stores and operators. From the images provided by Samsung, the Omnia will come with the widget interface which we have seen in other devices like the Samsung SGH-F480--the difference is that this will be the company's first Windows Mobile phone to sport it.
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2008storage space is useless without a headphone jack... come on now, its not the 50'sdon't worry this comes with a bluetooth headset....were now on wireless age not stone age....peace....
storage space is useless without a headphone jack... come on now, its not the 50's
Just Me, 10 Jun 2008What Bluetooth stack is using, Microsoft or Broadcom???probably ms
What Bluetooth stack is using, Microsoft or Broadcom???