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.
All is perfect to me and is a nice phone. But too bad dont have keypad.
Omnia has a very good look compared to HTC diamond and Apple phone. The 5 mega pixel camera has how many X zoom?
sammyboywonder, 24 Jul 2008Are you sure there is a 3.5mmjack for headphones? If so why are loads of people selling adapte... moreto sammyboywonder: i think what he mean is that there is an adapter in the box, because it doens't have a 3.5mm jack in the phone body
Anonymous, 23 Jul 2008Yes it does have the 3.5mm jack for headphones :)Are you sure there is a 3.5mmjack for headphones? If so why are loads of people selling adapters on eBay? I’ve looked through the user guide and can’t see this anywhere. I also checked the 360 spin but the cover for the headphone port looks too slim to be concealing a 3.5mm jack. Can any omnia owners confirm/verify this? Thanks in advance.
Will this smart phone dictate the pace! I mean will the dropdown ket pad (like the TyNy) allow you to take pictures which I hope will not require asjustment to view without blur on this smarty phones screen....like da tocca mate!
Rock Ferry Posse RULES da Nation!
I got an iPhone, but my girlfriend got the i900, had my hands on it, but i don't really like it, but maybe I am a bit spoiled with my own phone:)
Repeated attempts to download i900 Quick Guide from Samsung download centre
failed - I got the U800 Quick Guide instead! Presumably the linked is faulty!
I uge Samsung to rectify this now.
Amr, 23 Jul 2008hi guys . I have Nokia E90 right now . Do you think I should try the I900 or stick to what I got ?Dear Amr,
I think the Samsung is a much more modern phone.
Nokia is always good and very simple to use.
The Omnia weight MUCH less, has a faster processor, is smaller in size, it work on Windows Mobile, has a full touch screen, etc, etc. On the other hand, the Nokia is a fine machine and also complete, has a better screen, a real QWERTY keyboard. Personally I like handwriting recognition.
If you have the money I would suggest you to buy the the Samsung Omnia. But the choice is yours of course.
Good luck with making the right choice!
hi guys . I have Nokia E90 right now . Do you think I should try the I900 or stick to what I got ?
i manage to play it on full screen... try clicking on the playing window
Agismap installation process. First, goto the storage card and install NAVFone_PPC. Next, a folder called 'agisNavi' is created. Click on NAVFonePPC and you will need to activate the software. You will need to find the card for NAVFone where you will have to scratch the coated grey stuff off to get the License key. Then goto agismap website and enter your license key and machine id in exchange for the activation code where you will need to enter to the OMNIA phone. After that you are ready to use. To use it, you will need to set the planner. Ensure port is set correctly and the Baud rate is set correctly. Choose auto-detect. I had difficulty using it at first because I was at home. You need to be out in an open space for the phone to plot all statellite position. Everyting is perfect now. But everyday when you are using it for the first time, it may take 5 minutes for the phone GPS to register with the statellite again.. Cheers...
Does this have a 3.5mm Jack for headphones?
when is it available in the UK?
Anonymous, 22 Jul 2008Happiest person right now! Bought OMNIA 2 days ago and it is just perfect. Battery life is gre... moreShare with me how u managed to get AGIS to work?? I tried both AGIS n Mapking .. installed properly .. but GPS refuses to work!
Anyone know if the charger and battery is the same as the Samsung i780 / Blackjack ii?
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