i just buy Omnia and not bad, it should be compare with HTC touchpro...not diamond. Diamond is to low performance than omnia.
hi had the samsung i900 for 7days interface is rubbish no multitouch no 3.5mm jack or stero speakers, plastic back cover should be steel. i think the i900 needs to go through another vesion change before i would look at it again. So sold it and put yep a 16gb iphone the interface multitouch and sound is spot on, but would like to see it all alluminium casing, mini sd slot, quad mini speakers would be nice, oh and a solar panel screen under the touch think that coming to phones next year. Oh and an embeded satnav and lastly the cpu increase to say 600mhz instead of 400ish sweet
Been using Omnia for a while now, it aint bad. although i cant go against HTC cos i never used d version in question, i have used HTC Advantage, trust me its da bomb. My advice, NEVER pick a fone cos of the look and feel over performance. General review of processing power, bugs and battery life i think Omnia's got it. Its better to pick what will serve you rather than useless efizzie.
Fones are like women: some pretty looking babes as companion are preferred by guys because of people looking at us on the street BUT when we need them to cook for us they cant even turn on the gas cooker.... not worth it.
both are great phones. It's the OS that's the problem. It eats too much juice off the devices... Will wait for windows to release a new mobile OS first before buying another windows mobile device....
I upgraded from Orange SPV M300 to the Diamond and was NOT impressed, so have gone back to my M300!
Main points that I found:
1. You put the Diamond into your pocket (within its case) and, as you push it in, you accidentally switch on the power. This you don't realise until you've opened up a dozen applications, and probably rang out to someone unintentionally.
2. Ergonomics: I couldn't ever clearly hear what people had to say when putting the phone to my ear. Why? Because the speaker section isn't designed to fit in the ear - it's just flush! This became painful when trying to hold conversations for prolonged periods of time.
3. The screen rendering was quite slow, and the slide mechanism wasn't really that great (although Teeter was wicked!).
4. I found that the phone always felt "greasy" as well, and so was forever cleaning it.
The Samsung now sounds tempting... but can't see the real advantages over the M300 (brick) that I have now.
Watch this space ;)
I prefer samsung, because it's nicer and better than HTC, samsung's features and performance is higher than HTC and if you want buy one of this i suggested that buy samsung.
Vishu, 06 Sep 2008Question to all... Me being a music lover i always did stick to SE Walkman series. I plan ... moreu would rather try Iphone caz its same a touch phone and the audio quality is way better than SE W .
I have recently tried and used both the Omnia and the Touch Diamond and have to say the Omnia is streets ahead. The HTC falls dow n for me on 2 issues that are fundamental to every day use.
1/ screen response is appalling and the screen is too small to be a usable touch screen. The Omnia is fantastic, even with my chunky fingers. Yes the HTC has better resolution but that is about the only thing I found in the HTCs favour.
2/ The battery life is unacceptable on the HTC lasting less than a day for me with light to medium use. The Samsung goes for twice the time.
Only other comments I would mention in HTCs favour is the standard USB cable and its more compact with a nice case supplied in the box. But as a heavy business user it was generally unusable for the reasons above
I know samsung phones from KOREA but HTC phones from china or what ? please tell me
HTC diamond is better....I have a diamond and this is unbelieveble phone....jeaaaaaa:)
Question to all...
Me being a music lover i always did stick to SE Walkman series.
I plan to buy one of these(mostly omnia) and wanted to find out which has nice earphone audio quality( High and clear/Crisp) compared to SE walkman series.
Listnin to music is my main concern...
please help me buy as its huge investment im gona make..pls..
To the editors ..i'd like to know more about the high-pass filter you supposed to be on the htc!..that's the worst news i could receive! ok, it's not a high fidelity device in any case, but i was already wondering about auto-build a usb to 3,5mm jack with audiophile components for plugging in my hi-fi system......a 100hz high bandpass would be really bad..
Looking forward to a clarification (sorry for my english), really thanks for the great comparison.. Davide
Just Grab Diamond if you are willing for a PDA !
touch diamond it great phone but the battery bad,I don"t like it because the battery run out fast.they need to do some things
To The Author,
My only querry is this, is Omnia compatible with LCD Projector for presentation of powerpoint documents? I really need your answer with regards to this. Thank You very much!
Anonymous, 23 Jul 2008Dear All, a friend of mine has the Omnia and i have taken a look at it and used it for 10 min.... moreIs Omnia capable in LCD projector connection like i-Phone?this will be a great deal since laptop is heavy to bear in class in order to show some powerpoint in LCD projector. Your answer is really appreciated. Thanks!
NAVZ, 18 Jul 2008can any1 tell me frm which country can v get d mobiles at comparatively less priceIndonesia. Dont go to the malls. Go to the ITC.
I have had two diamonds in the space of a week... Damn things full of bugs...All the operator can say is "we'll give you another one..." Oh well!!
i think htc touch diamond is better than omnia
1) diamond have TouchFLO 3D Home screen better than Omnia's Touchwiz UI
2)diamond have good design which gives better look than omnia