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Samsung Omnia i910

  • Samsung Omnia i910 was introduced as the competitor to iPhone with a sleek design look with touch screen capability.

    Besides having just touch screen, Samsung Omnia i910 has the optical mouse embedded between the keypad touch.

    Speaking on the camera, Samsung Omnia i910 has 5 mega-pixel auto focus camera built in the mobile phones body which was slighlty better compare to iPhone 2 mega-pixel camera.

    Various photo shooting was available in Samsung Omnia i910 where you can have flash based photo shot and a few extra photo scene mode.

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    Although is touch screen based mobile phone, Samsung Omnia i910 provide the stylus along just in case your finger was too big to handle the touch.

    Drag and drop interface, finger scroll was supported in Samsung Omnia i910 as well.

    If you have test play Samsung Omnia i910, you will notice that the applications in Samsung Omnia i910 was look alike to Windows Mobile Applications.

    One poor point on the Samsung Omnia i910 Micro SD card slot was located in the back of the battery which means you have to remove your battery to get in touch of your Micro SD card.

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    Samsung Omnia i910 Platform

    • Windows Mobile 6.1® Professional with Office Mobile Suite

    Samsung Omnia i910 Dimension & Size

    • Weight 4.34 ounces and 4.41” x 2.24” x .52” Dimension

    Samsung Omnia i910 Display

    • 65K TFT with 240 x 400 pixel resolution

    Samsung Omnia i910 Battery

    • Talk time up to 330 minutes & standby up to 300 hours

    Samsung Omnia i910 Camera

    • 5.0 Megapixel Auto Focus

    Samsung Omnia i910 Video

    • Video Player with editing and TV-out

    Samsung Omnia i910 Music & Sound

    • WAV, MP3, MIDI, SP-MIDI, AAC/AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, EVRC, EVRC-B, QCELP, SMAF, MMF, AMR

    Samsung Omnia i910 Memory

    • microSD™ card (supports up to 16GB) with 8GB Internal User Memory

    Samsung Omnia i910 Connectivity Support

    • Bluetooth, USB, WiFi, AGPS
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