slimberry, 03 Nov 2008South Korea still runs their own CDMA network, hence it won't be vastly available overseas. + ... moreas i looked on the korean news it said that it does support quad band gsm... however i am not sure if it is only available on roaming or if it is available as a sim-unlocked phone. Korea has established a new 3g network couple of years back and now are rapidly reducing the number of CDMA (2g) supplies.
mike, 03 Nov 2008will this be unlocked and be usable overseas than korea? because im a korean and i am very int... moreSouth Korea still runs their own CDMA network, hence it won't be vastly available overseas. + DMB function is highly unlikely to be supported anywhere else....South Korea is a country in it's own class when it comes to communication networks....hence it is unlikely that this version will be available anywhere else...no point, with current Omnia in the market.
I'm not a fan of Samsung but dammmmn.... This is what I call innovation. Beautiful, full-featured phone that beats the hell out of any high-end phone, N96, 5800 XM, Xperia, iPhone, G1, HTC Touch HD, you name them. I'm impressed by these Asians, they're just unbeatable in technology, Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, Taiwanese. Europeans and North Americans, wake up and smell the coffee! Just waiting for the upcoming projector phones from China.
The same version Omnia also release in Japan : Samsung Softbank 930SC Omnia.
Also I like the girl in that picture, look like my fav Korean actress Kim Tae Hee ^_^
will this be unlocked and be usable overseas than korea? because im a korean and i am very interested in this phone however i live overseas.. i heard that most korean phones are locked onto their korean carriers.... (by the way there is no GSM network in korea... only 3g)someone help me please?? thanks in advance.