Samsung Omnia Lite hands-on review
PhoneArena has published a hands-on review of the Samsung Omnia Lite, Samsung’s cheaper version of the Samsung Omnia 2. The device features a 3 inch 400×240 screen, similar to the original Samsung Omnia, but lacks the massive built-in storage on the Omnia, with only the usual 512 MB ROM.
The device is however free of the proprietary ports which turned many people of the original Omnia, featuring microUSB sync and charge and , according to one site, a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The device reviewed by PhoneArena was running Windows Mobile 6.5, and seemed to use this as the default interface, but also had Samsung’s TouchWiz 2.0 interface available as an option, and a legion of touch-optimized apps, including unusually a file explorer.
Good information. Nowadays I just got a Samsung Omnia SCH-i910 inside the mail from ebay, and it at present would seem that it is at stock settings to the Verizon Network. I program to utilize this telephone on Metro PCS. I also wish to place Windows Mobile 6.five on here, but I’m not positive which purchase I should do this in. Ought to I consider it to Metro PCS as is and have it activated, and then afterwards flash the ROM with 6.5? Or need to I modify the ROM very first and be able to take it to Metro PCS? I’ve been looking around and I’m unable to locate the answer to this.