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Oct 27

We have already published a lot of screenshots of Samsung's I8000 Omnia II. Now we have a final build of the software and it looks like Samsung has tried to cover Microsoft flaws as much as possible with it's TouchWiz interface. The device itself is very fast, and build quality is excellent. After a quick check of the specs we present you a vdeo tour and a ton of new screenshots:

  • Screen: AMOLED resistive touchscreen, 3.7" WVGA resolution (480x800)
  • Processor: Samsung 800MHz
  • Dedicated GFX accelerator
  • 256MB RAM + 2/8/16GB storage
  • Camera: 5MP AF LED flash
  • OS+UI: WM 6.5 + Samsung TouchWiz 2.0
  • Other: G-Sensor, microUSB, DivX player, TV-Out, 3.5mm stereo audio jack, Opera browser, NTSC video recording 720x480@30fps

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17 Responses to “Samsung I8000 Omnia 2 video & screenshots”

  1. alrescha Says:

    nice phone, but it seams to be a little slow in performance

  2. Alex Says:

    It looks like a good phone to me. I was wondering how to use the “middle” button, it looks like a cube. compared to my “Alias” (Which I hate), this phone is like jesus.

  3. rtimi Says:

    Its the best wm phone in the world

  4. rosswell Says:

    I have this phone, bought 2 weeks ago with the exact same build (i guess). I really like it – very fast (except in the home screen sometimes), very responsive, amazing screen, very good on-screen keyboard, nice bundled softwares, comfortably slim, very pleasant to use… oh, not to mention the incredible battery duration (3-4 days with normal use).. .
    That’s a great phone!

  5. Marcus Tavares Says:

    Nice hardware but HTC Manila 2.5 or HTC Sense are 10 times better in terms of UI.

  6. pjoseph Says:

    I wonder if they meant the video to sound like porn…nothing like a little hand on phone action.

  7. Anoymous Says:

    Yes it looks very slow

  8. jopo1 Says:

    Do you know when it will be released?

  9. rtimi Says:

    my question is are we having an upgrade on wm6.5.1 or was that just for cooked roms, but all in all its the best wm phone out there

  10. Mike Says:

    Looks great .. I’m just not one for all the waiting. It has been released for months now in other countries. Where is ours? I’m about to say “screw it” and get something else. The waiting has caused me to loose my excitement. Anyone heard when this is going to grace us with it’s presence on Verizon?

  11. Kay Says:

    I had this phone (2 Gig) for about three days and indeed it is the best phone I ever had. However, the Accelerometer refused to work and I had to return it. Has anybody had this problem? The processor is little slow for an 800MHz phone but that is alright. Its Wi-Fi radio is not as strong as I would expect in logging on to the internet. However, it is still acceptable. I am still going to get the same phone later on. I cannot stand HTC HD2 because of its large size and most importantly its battery life.

  12. Hmm Says:

    800 mhz? That is slow. Arent there rumours about that the iPhone fourth generation will have a 1 GHZ cpu?

  13. rtimi Says:

    about the perfomance, don’t forget that you can choose how fast you want your phone to go. None of this was shown in the video. Samsung has chosen a lot of options for every user. The phone performance settings that lets you choose from low to high performance and you can also choose how sensitive it is to the touch. Like I said, this is the best phone in the business.

  14. doceeeevil Says:

    I have the Omnia and to be honest these screen shots don’t impress me. It looks just like the Omnia with Ms Mobile 6.1. The problems I have are the e-mail always wants to run all of the sendmail headers and the Opera browser does not multi task well. WIFI is good. EVDO and the phone is good. The 5 MP camera is okay but zooming pixelates.

  15. jovan Says:

    Regarding zooming, it is a digital zoom, so it is normal to “pixelate”… Do not use zoom on your mobile phone ;)

  16. Ando Says:

    The guy in the video: Is he new to touch screen phones? He doesn’t seem very good at finger gestures. An experienced touch screen user knows the kind of “feel” to provide the phone for good response. It just seems like he’s struggling in certain areas like the widget bar, he uses his fingers all weird. Maybe it’s because he is avoiding using his thumb for the sake of the video?? I don’t know. Just bothers me to see this guy struggle with something so easy. My Omnia 2 is far more responsive and doesn’t lag any where near that much.

  17. Nick Says:

    Omnia 2 is rumored to come out December 2nd with the latest WM version. I was wondering the same thing about the guy, lil hard to get the battery cover off?? I am excited to see how this compares to the Storm 2 for features, should be a huge diifference b/c of the responsive screen, if you text in a quiet place the Storm (1 or 2) is terrible. That music is definitely from a 70′s porno

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