Samsung Omnia 7
There is a common belief that your first products do not always tend to be good. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case with the Samsung Omnia 7 as it seems that Samsung has hit the gold with their very first attempt in making the smart phone that runs on the new Microsoft windows operating system.
The Samsung Omnia 7 shares much of its hardware the Samsung Galaxy S, which is widely regarded as one of the best phones to be launched in recent times. As a result, the Samsung omnia 7 has the Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen that measures 4 inches in size. Despite boasting such a huge size screen, the phone weighs only just over 130 g. The phone is available with an 8 GB or 16 GB of memory storage as standard. Only internal memory can be used in this phone has there is no support for additional memory cards.
This has a camera that captures images in all of its five megapixel glory. There are also features like geo-tagging and image stabilisation in this camera as is the HD video recording capability. Like most other high-end smartphones, this Samsung Omnia 7 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 GHz processor, which is more than powerful enough to run the new operating system from Microsoft. It is not just about entertainment as it has also business features like full e-mail support and applications like Microsoft office document viewer and editor. The phone is being powered by a 1500 mAh rated battery. Samsung announced this phone along with a cluster of the phones and this phone is available for purchase in the UK. One of the best ways to get this phone in your hands is to choose contract options from various providers, which is available from as low as £ 25 a month.
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I wonder how a phone like this can do geotagging? Geo-spatial metadata are so delicate that they can be affected in just one small mistake in taking pictures. I want a dry run test before I’ll buy this. 🙂