To say that phones are just for talking is pretty backwards.
In my opinion its better to have everything in one, instead of carrying a laptop, digital camera, mp3 player and phone all seperate.
Why dont you guys just buy a cheap cellphone with no features and let the big boys have their toys.
having checked out the iPhone and discovering it has a crappy 2mpx camera and NO video, it seems logical to go for the Samsung Tocco which has the same stuff but a 5mpx camera and video although the Omnia is even BETTER than the Tocco and should be worth holding out for, bigtime.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Dear RA,
We're all waiting so long, not only you. It has just been released this week in Italy. Most of the rest of Europe is still waiting for this great phone. I expect that persons will announce when it will be available in their country. So yes, you have to wait, but not only you. Cheers!
Holin, 24 Jul 2008A-GPS,What is it? normal GPS(Sirf)?On-line or Off -line work?
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Your best bet if you want this phone now is going on ebay to get it. The prices there are reasonable, thats where im thinkin of getting mine.
Does this phone come with a stylus or can you use one on this phone?
i just want to know this phone can edit the video??
i hope u all will answer my question yea..
for every one here. please know that phones is phonesssssssssssss for calling for taling not for shoting a picter go buy DGtcamera ok .
Oh, by the way, it seems that Starhub is offering Samsung Omnia at S$298/S$398 with a 2-year contract and a S$200 trade-in.
If you are already contracted under a certain category of plans, you can also get it at S$548 if you have completed 12 months of your 24 months contract. I'm not sure if that price is inclusive or exclusive of the extra S$100 re-contract fee, though.
I was told of this early re-contracting price when I called up Starhub to enquire today.
If you can wait it out a little, perhaps prices will drop further. I purchased Samsung U700 from Starhub last year at S$298 with a 2-year contract, gleeful that I got a pretty good deal. A few weeks later, it was available at S$0 with a 2-year contract, along with a goodie bag!!!
Perhaps Samsung Omnia won't ever drop to S$0, but still, it might eventually come much cheaper than its current price tag...hopefully.
Can anyone who has already gotten Samsung Omnia enlightens me if it allows you to take self-portrait using its screen? And how's the picture and video quality? Thanks! - Singapore
totti, 24 Jul 2008to sammyboywonder: i think what he mean is that there is an adapter in the box, because it doe... moremr ak... we all know that the htc is not marketed as a high end camera phone.. speaking of which compare the brick of a i900 to my n82 its quality is seriously rubbish... if you wanna compare something DONT campare the CAMERA.. lol that not why you wud buy a windows device!!! go buy a digital camera lol noob!!
i have recently just bought omnia and i totally love it! however, i have tried dl-ing ce-star but i am unable to install. anyone here have dl the chinese software from there? if yes, may i know how you do it? thanks in advance!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Based what I saw selling this phone on line price is over $1,200 USD. It is too high for me to buy phone with this kind of price. No phone worth that much to pay to make a phone call and sliding icons around on home page. I have my HTC Touch wthich I am fairly happy with.