9 Jun 2008 ... SAMSUNG SEOUL, KOREA – June 9 2008: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., ... today announced the launch of Samsung OMNIA (model name: SGH-i900
Meesh, 30 Jun 2008i found on a review fo rthe i780 that it has sucessfully used the SDHC cards in it and GSM Are... moreit says its expandable up to 16 GB...and 16 GB is a SDHC card..so yes its compatible
so does it have flash in its browser and/or can you watch youtube via an application?
Expiration release is june,,, Now It`s July,,,,, But Still Coming Soon !!!
samsung u can put voice commands in ur handset for people who need the feature,i love ur phones but even motorola phones have voicecommands so y knot yours.
No doubt Omnia is much better than 3G iphone.. well you can compare it and you will get the results.. about the availability status it will be in July confrimed for sure in Asia and Middleeast. About the price you can check with ur local dealer. i suggest if u are in hurry and cheap with contract go ahead.. well without contract then its up to ur wallet.
i found on a review fo rthe i780 that it has sucessfully used the SDHC cards in it and GSM Arena are showing its only SD on its info for the i780 so im hoping that gsm arena are showing incomplete info and that the i900 will also take the SDHC cards but if someone could confirm this for me it would be great. thanks
AGPS uses gsm towers to calculate an approximate position, basically the first numbers in the coordinate set. It just makes pinpointing a lot faster for standard gps, it can't be used by itself
Dear GsmArena, Samsung I900 User manual is already released.Kindly update its status too. For non omnia users have a look on user manual for more details on its functions..
its direct link http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/200806/20080620084746031_SGH-i900_UG_Sea_Eng_Rev.1.0_080620.pdf
Meesh, 27 Jun 2008what is the difference between GPS and the A GPS?well... basically GPS uses satelites from space to pin point your location. While AGPS uses your phone providers signal to locate your position. Which means its less accurate and if your phone doesnt have network, it doesnt work. GPS on the other hand works anywhere, however, it usually doesnt work indoors and places with high buildings which basically blocks the signal. So its kinda of a give and take thing between the two.
the A in A GPS stands for assisted...just means can use the gps to use with other programs like geo tagging on photos.
Meesh, 27 Jun 2008what is the difference between GPS and the A GPS?An A-GPS receiver can address these problems in several ways, using an Assistance Server:
The Assistance Server can locate the phone roughly by what cell site it is connected to on the cellular network.
The Assistance Server has a good satellite signal, and lots of computation power, so it can compare fragmentary signals relayed to it by cell phones, with the satellite signal it receives directly, and then inform the cell phone or emergency services of the cell phone's position.
It can supply orbital data for the GPS satellites to the cell phone, enabling the cell phone to lock to the satellites when it otherwise could not, and autonomously calculate its position.
By having accurate, surveyed coordinates for the cell site towers, it can have better knowledge of ionospheric conditions and other errors affecting the GPS signal than the cell phone alone, enabling more precise calculation of position. (See also Wide Area Augmentation System)
Some A-GPS solutions require an active connection to a cell phone (or other data) network to function, in others it simply makes positioning faster and more accurate, but is not required.
As an additional benefit, it can reduce both the amount of CPU and programming required for a GPS Phone by offloading most of the work onto the assistance server. (This is not a large amount for a basic GPS – many early GPSs utilized Intel 80386-class 16MHz CPUs or similar hardware.)
Ins-omnia, 29 Jun 2008Why is it that so many people come on here and ask the same damn questions that have been answ... moreDear Ins-omnia,
Is this the way you are "speaking" to others? Not really polite is my personal opinion, sorry to say.
Maybe persons should read better, but then you can ask then more friendly to do so.
Kind regards, Jason