Samsung OMNIA 7; Windows Phone 7
Its the end of the year 2010 and we all know who scored most in the mobile market. Yes, the Samsung, with the new models and high technical features Samsung really made it. Nokia really stuck with the old Symbian and its different versions. But, the Samsung launched their own OS Bada this year and i believe it was a success. Well it also tried the different versions of Android OS in the models and when the Windows Phone 7 released Samsung tried that too resulting in amazing phones. Today we are going to look into the Windows Phone from Samsung.
No wonder then, the Samsung I8700 Omnia 7 has no choice but to be the Galaxy S of the new Windows phones. It has the same 4 inches of a gorgeous Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz Snapdragon powerplant and it captures 5 megapixel photos and records HD videos. If there was one thing to hold against the I9000 Galaxy S it had to be the plastic finish. But Samsung listened to their customers and gave the Omnia 7 the same get-up as the first Bada phone. The other features are; HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps, Bluetooth 2.1(Instead of 3.0 in Wave and Galaxy S), WiFi b/g/n.
The phone comes either in 8/16GB models. Unfortunately, it don’t have a card slot for expanding the memory. There is no secondary camera for video calling, no DivX/XviD video support, no multitasking, no copy/paste options. I know its just annoying, but, why blaming Samsung? Microsoft always have issues, never mind!
So, the Omnia 7 seems to have it all to make a grand entrance – premium build, powerful hardware and a brand new OS are all thrown into the mix. I can hardly think of any weak spots on the chassis. So what is your opinion about the OMNIA 7?Feel free to share. If you liked this post, please do like us on Facebook. Thank you for reading.