satio can beat pixon 12&w880 easily
i think omnia hd is the best phone of samsung
Review by Jens-Peter Olsson on Phone Report comparing the N97 with the Samsung Omnia i8910 HD concludes that ‘for users looking at performance…the Nokia N97 is the winner’. Whilst acknowledging that samdung devices have suffered from software problems, the inclusion of Ovi Maps with a three month voice navigation as well as the slideout qwerty keyboard tipped the scales in favour of the N97. A worthy winner too!
Daniel, 30 Sep 2009hey everybody,
dont buy this phone this is just crap
where is 3g, gps, wi-fi, radio and it... moreare u guyz that much ignorant....lol
read the review
initially this phone is launched only in south korea BUT THE GOOD NEWS IS it will launch for the whole world early next year WITH Wi-Fi and GPS on board.
i should write it again...
"WITH WIFI $ GPS"
now stop cryin bout wifi.
w880 camera resoulation is not better than the M8910.3x optical zoom is just present as a eye wash,if the camera resoulation is not better than the 3x optical zoom is just worthless.plz samsung focus on the quality not quantity.
Without any OS, Wifi, GPS or even FM radio..it is simply a camera not an attractive phone.
dont buy this phone this is just crap
where is 3g, gps, wi-fi, radio and its too heavy too.....its huge..............u will feel like a camera in pocket!
its the best phone so far even though samsung must try to give more options on the new advanture & give more internal memory for 35 gig as this phone is phone & digital camera.don"t copy but bring more exciting,funky & entertaining eye taking models.i love samsung thats why im concern with the new up comings phones & i believe samsung can take be the most top of the range only if the creaters can b more creative & use those boardrooms for good use.go samsung go :)
its good.. But i am not surprised... It is not a perfect phone because it lacks wifi and gps.
Also gsmarena is saying that one mobile is cumming with same shape also with wifi and gps... Excuss me... It is not confirm that such kinda phone is cumming in early 2010...
Looks really nice, i have the memoir and it takes nice pictures. too many buttons on the side though, and it looks fragile also, it doesnt look like its gonna survive the slightest fall. I'll buy one only for under $400.
very nice phone
It is a profisional camera
Bravo samsung.good job
phone has good specs..its just the video quality i dont like..its would pass but wish it could be better..it would be great to have an actual sort of camcorder in your pocket.
WTF..no rocket engines, no electric windows, no automatic defence sistem, ESP or traction control... damn Samsung :)))
what is wrong with those people who keep on complaining on the lack of wifi and gps?! Read the preview please!!
Should mention, this phone should come with a proximity GPS as a standard (eg, track your family members; see where they are on the national map on the phone) - navigation software on phones (especially big-screens like this) come standard now in Korea. I ain't too sure if it will be GPS - it should be, but then, data ain't expensive in Korea, so it may use that instead. As for wifi... The typical Korean version of WAP is, rather bluntly, far superior than most others (Japan excluded). Once saw a relative's phone pulling out 1200kbps downloading a divx movie off the cell network (not wifi)... So GPS in that sense will be rather similar to a satellite based service.
Going over to Korea for work during the Christmas holidays - definately will be getting this, bringing it back to New Zealand and using it on the GSM network... Happy to be a Korean in situations like these~~
Wonder who is doing the CG for this though...
BTW - the Anycall (Korean division, not the Chinese) have the S8000 (which is known in Korea as the AMOLED 1) - that was released two months or so ago - and they release this... Shows how the competition in Korea is (regardless of other countries, Korea competes with other Korean cell corps (think Sky and LG) - Korea will sometimes release some phones to the west to see how it goes there, and will THEN sell the better ones in Korea; this phone seems to be an exception, as were some other past phones. LG sometimes does this as well, seen with the Prada for example)