Samsung Omnia W

The name Omnia from Samsung's stable sound familiar? Yes, a couple of years ago, it belonged to the Korean com­pany's Windows Mobile devices. With the launch of Windows Phone Mango, Samsung is back with the Omnia W.
The Omnia W is the only competition to the HTC Radar at the moment. It packs in a faster single core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. The other specs-512 MB RAM, 8GB memory, 5 MP camera, 720p video capture and connectivity options--re­main same. The only disadvantage that the Omnia W suffers is the 3.7-inch capacitive display compared with the big­ger 3.8 incher on the Radar. But then the Omnia clearly outdoes the Radar on the price front.
The Samsung Omnia W is made of plastic, so there isn't anything impres­sive about its looks. The 3.7-inch dis­play looked small in front of the Radar. Thankfully, it didn't hamper the typing or the navigation experience. Along with the Windows Live account, we man­aged to configure our Gmail, Yahoo!, Outlook, Twitter and Facebook with ease. It also has the WP feature of in­tegration of Facebook and Twitter in the contacts (people hub). We were able to comment on our friends' updates from that location. Giving value to the cus­tomer, the Omnia W packs in a few apps. These include FunShot, All Share, Mini Diary, Now and a wireless manger.
The images captured by the 5 MP cam­era were above average and could be edited quickly using auto-fix.

Tech Specs:
3.7-inch capadfive display;
5 MP camera;
8GB onboard memory;
3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, A-GPS;
115.3 gm; 1500 mAh battery.



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