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Samsung Omnia 7 Review – Windows 7 smartphone

January 2nd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

We had been experiencing the tradition of Samsung to develop their mobile phones based on Windows. Samsung Omnia is the first Windows based model from Samsung. With the sequential upgradation in its features and attributes, Samsung is now coming up with the latest version of Omnia – The Samsung Omnia 7 which is served by Windows Phone 7 and receives its power through Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1 Ghz processor. It is built with some specific characters that make it a desirable piece and sets a perfect example of worthiness with the incorporation of Operating System from Microsoft.


The Candybar layout of Omnia 7 with the dimensions of 4.82 X 2.53 X 0.43 inches weighs 4.87 Oz. The prime feature of Samsung Omnia 7 is its 4 inches Super AMOLED touchscreen that flashes out the colorful world through the display that offers good resolution of 480 X 800 pixels. As the screen is sprinkled with high quality AMOLED attribute, it offers better viewing angles as well as better visibility in bright sunlight compared to other phones in the market. The touchscreen is enough sensitive for smooth functioning. Beneath the screen is an array of three buttons functional for Home, Back and Search.

Towards the rear end, we can see a 5 mega pixel camera featured with auto zoom and LED flash. It leads to the generation of crisp
images with the resolution of 1280 X 720 and 720p HD video clip. The left side features volume controls whereas the right side is fixed with power control as well as camera shutter. The top end of the phone is embedded with 3.5 mm headphone jack and a microUSB slot protected with a slide cover. Entertainment is endless with the incorporation of FM radio, MP3 and MP4 player. With Samsung Omnia 7 in hand you can even download variety of games of your choice.

The 3G Samsung Omnia 7 enabled with Bluetooth v2.1 experiences the wireless network through Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. The connectivity is facilitated with GPRS feature as well. The latest version of Omnia offers built in browsing facility with HTML. You can stay connected with the world and share your feelings with your friends with extensive use of SMS, MMS and emails. The smartphone comes with internal memory of 16 GB. It allows unlimited storage of contacts in phonebook. The internal memory also facilitates the storage of contact’s image. With GPS navigator in your Omnia 7, no path is unknown to you.


To add with, the Samsung Omnia 7 gets its energy through Lithium ion battery that has the capacity of 1500 mAh. The fully charged battery gives talk time of 8.66 hours which is excellent and can remain live for 390 hours when kept on standby mode. On holding Omnia 7 for the very first time, you will feel its elegance and gentility that uses high graded chase material and a bigger display which adds style to the smartphone. Its sophisticated design and multimedia features makes it an ideal phone for a trendy person as well as business executives.

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