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Samsung Omnia - Sleek and Stylish

Its sleek, its stylish, and it is just a touch away from your home desktops station. It is the new Samsung Omnia One-touch, touch screen display cellular phone. Among the closet things to your h...

Its sleek, its stylish, and it is just a touch away from your home desktops station. It is the new Samsung Omnia One-touch, touch screen display cellular phone. Among the closet things to your home desktop station the Samsung Omnia with its Windows Mobile 6.1 is a handheld version of your PC.

With only a 12.5mm profile and 125 gram weight the Omnia fits in any pocket; however it packs the punch of any 15-17 laptop. With an onboard 8GB storage system, and an external 16GB of auxiliary storage this phone can be used for a multitude of things. Supporting Microsoft Office Suite, the Omnia allows you to access and manipulate documents, spreadsheets, and emails. With its faster than normal internet connection the Omnia in no way impedes your progress though your daily routine. With calendars organizers, and the ability to sync with your desktop, at home or work the Omnia becomes a vital asset to staying connected on the go in our fast pace environment. Because of the Windows Mobile 6.1 platform the Samsung Omnia runs off of there are a multitude of different applications, and programs you have accessible at your fingertips. Unlike most other cellular phones the Omnia fully supports DivX, Xvid, and Mp4 formats as well as every audio format currently used for cellular phones, giving you even more freedom as to what you hold on the massive storage units.

The Samsung Omnia has the ability to store approximately 23 DVD quality videos, 8,000 Mp3 songs, and 12,000 5-megapixel images. The volume of storage found on the Omnia rivals that of most ipods, not cellular phones. The quality of the images the 5-megapixel camera takes is superb, and the images look stunning on the 3.2WQVGA LCD display. The camera also features many other photographical aides such as, advanced smile shot, and face detection, an auto-panorama shot, business card reader, and video recording with power LED. This means that the 12,000 images that the phone can hold are not comparable to those of other market cellular phones, but more of the digital camera-like quality. The display on this phone is unparalleled, Samsung being one of the strongest name on the LCD television market, has brought their technology over to that of the Samsung Omina.

The Samsung Omnia also comes with an onboard movie player, as well as editor. Ethier watch movies downloaded onto the Omnia, or record, edit and then watch your own personal videos. Both way you will experience the excellent video quality, and smooth performance this phone has to offer.

The phone also has a great battery life with up to 10 hours of talk time, and 430 hours of stand-by time. The Omnia features full connectivity though WAP, Bluetooth, USB, and Wi-Fi. The Omnia supports games, radio, and radio recording, as well as full personalization of wall papers, and ringtones. There is no need to fiddle with small keys or poorly lit keys, seeing as the Omnia is a fully touch screen input phone.

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Andrew Wallis is a gadget geek and loves putting the latest tech toys to the test. Although usually found in whatever part of the store carries the latest and greatest, we can occasionally find him online recommending resources like the latest info on Mobile Phones in the UK.

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