Review Samsung Omnia: The most basic smartphone of Samsung

What makes the Samsung Omnia different is the user experience on Samsung phones: Widgets allow you to apply various patterns to your Home screen.

Review Samsung Omnia: The most basic smartphone of Samsung

The Samsung Omnia (Verizon Wireless) carrier has fulfilled expectations by picking up the SCH-i910 with plans to get it in shops and retail on the last day of the year.

Both the Verizon and Samsung versions of the Samsung Omnia offer the same good features, including a wide touchscreen, embedded Wi-Fi, and 5-megapixel sensor, with Bluetooth.

Additionally, it also includes support for the carrier's EV-DO Rev. A network, which permits Web and application downloads to be done quicker.

It doesn't exactly suit those who prefer a messaging-focused device, as the on-screen keyboard is a little difficult to type on.

Even if you want a handset with a physical keyboard, though, you'll have a great experience and quicker performance on the Samsung Galaxy S4 for Verizon Wireless customers.

Although marginally more expensive at $249.99 (with two-year contracts and coupons), the Omnia is a great value.


TouchWiz is the star of the show with Samsung's Omnia, but the most impressive aspect of it is its touch-sensitive screen and user interface. With a 262,000-color screen and 240x400 pixel resolution, it's hard to miss.

Truthfully, it is less responsive than the Contact Streak or Storm, but it doesn't matter, because photos and text are still sufficiently visible on the screen.

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Features of Samsung Omnia

Even though the Verizon Samsung Omnia is similar to the AT&T version, there are some additional features.

The CDMA Omnia features a speakerphone, conference calls, speed dial, voice dialing, and text message customization, all of which can be initiated directly from the handset.

 In addition to voice messaging, the smartphone also allows visual voicemail.

People's phone books are restricted only by the number of memories they have and the number of phone numbers, birthdays, reminders, and gifts they have can be assigned to each person. caller ID supports pictures, polyphonic ringtones

·       Bluetooth

The new Bluetooth version 2.0 is used with both mono and stereo Bluetooth headsets as well as hands-free vCard and object push protocols, as well as in the phone profile and basic imaging features.

 You must sign up for Verizon's Broadband Access service to use Omnia as a wireless modem. The fee is $15 monthly.

Verizon's Samsung Omnia runs on EV-DO Rev. A which means you can easily surf the Web and download large files at 3.1 Mbps.

 Extra-only T-DSLTE 450Kbps-to-to-plus to about, T-L upload speeds in the range of 300Kpbs to 400Kpbs (versus standard TDS's TDS regular upload speeds range from 50kbps to 70kbps to TDS).

This is all based on your location. Of course, things are contingent on whether you live in a service area served by Verizon's Web site, as the map found on their website explains.

Additional Features of Samsung Omnia

You have many options for text entry, including the Samsung Keyboard, which is named Samsung Keyboard, a Block Recognizer, or additional inputted text.

In Portrait mode, the full keyboard makes it difficult to type, so you may want to use the optional stylus for greater precision.

It wasn't that bad; we were able to get around with the entire QWERTY keyboard in landscape mode.

The Genius 9000 isn't good for sending and receiving text messages, but we were able to write more e-mails with larger buttons than the Storm."

To have haptic feedback, the Omnia vibrates when you input. If you have the chance, visit the menu to change the speed of the vibration.

·       Flip Screen

The accelerometer is built-in, so the screen can flip from landscape to portrait if you switch the phone. There is a subtle motorized rumbling sound that occurs as you spin the phone to let you know it's completed a transition.

As far as acceleration is concerned, it is among the most receptive we've measured.

 The direction of the screen on the Samsung Omnia changed much more easily than the HTC Touch Pro, which took much longer when we turned the phone upside down, unlike the Storm and the Storm.

How is this best?

What makes the Samsung Omnia different is the user experience on Samsung phones: Widgets allow you to apply various patterns to your Home screen.

Applications, such as the clock, photo gallery, music player, and games can be found on the left side.

These widgets will then can be dragged and dropped onto the main screen so they're available whenever you activate your computer.

You can collapse and cover the tray by pressing the down arrow button, after which you can fully configure the phone.

In addition to the Home page, there is the Home Menu which provides a simple and clear way to access the most important applications on the mobile interface.

With Samsung Omnia, you are stuck with the predefined widgets, so this was one of the major reservations we had about it.

 You can only use the ones that are on your phone. And this is just the same for the Verizon Vibrant, but Samsung has introduced a few more user-friendly shortcuts, including an Internet explorer widget.

Using all of the above features, you will have a lot of variety in the 16 widgets, including notifications, wireless manager, contacts, and multimedia.

Let's face it be said, the look isn't as sleek and well-designed as the regular interface. Also, you can either stay with the current look in TouchWiz or choose other options under the Settings > Today app.

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