Samsung Omnia II
Although the Omnia PRO looked like it was going to be the successor to the first Omnia, the Samsung Omnia II has fully earned the right to bear that title. And it is that this model retains much of the original design, although it improves its performance.
The screen will be the main asset of the terminal, especially for its great size of 3.7 inches, being AMOLED type, something that Samsung has fully committed to, and its resolution of 800 × 480 pixels. It is tactile and resistive type, although the manufacturer claims that with the function Advanced R Touch that have incorporated the response is much faster and more accurate.
As in the Samsung Jet, the interface it uses is the renewed TouchWiz 2.0, which provides 3D effects, although in this case running on Windows Mobile 6.1. They have not confirmed it, but everything indicates that the Samsung Omnia II will be upgradable to version 6.5 when it sees the light.
The camera remains at 5 megapixels, but stands out for allowing video recording in format DVDThat is, at a resolution of 720 × 480 pixels and 30 images per second. Considering what these videos can take up, your 32GB internal memory will be appreciated.
In addition to that, the card reader will allow it to be increased up to 48 GB with a 16 GB MicroSD. In the connectivity section, the Samsung Omnia II offers us compatibility with HSDPA and HSUPA, in addition to Wi-Fi. Receiver A-GPS and a autonomy of 10 hours in conversation and 430 hours in standby complete its characteristics.
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