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The i900 provides a full touch based user interface with easy access to applications such as today screen, Launcher, Call log, Camera and Touch player etc. User experience is enhanced further with the additional feature of haptical touch feedback.
Samsung SGH SGH-i900 Smartphone
pros: has good speaker. can hear on it great. nice for carrying around
cons: touch screen goes out. sucks for typing on. have to continuasly calibrate screen.
ok phone, not the best.
ok phone screen needs to be calibrated alot of the time I think it should be a little bit... See Full Review
pros: Takes good quality pictures.
cons: Poor battery. Poor screen choices. Not user friendly.
I hate this phone.
The battery doesn't last long enough, and it doesn't give you enough warning when it needs to be cha... See Full Review
pros: 8GB of internal memory plus a microSD slot, 5MP camera, looks/build quality, and more
cons: Windows Mobile interface sluggish usually, battery life not fantastic with mobile broadband enabled
A very robust feature set in a relatively slim, attractive package
Introduction:For a financial business my wife and I run (only very limited part time for now!) we ne... See Full Review
pros: Sleek, lightweight, every function imagineable. Don't have to use AT&T.
cons: Needs more and improved applications.
Samsung Omnia is a relative of the iPhone
This smart phone is definitely smart, refined, and well programmed. I would purchase it again if I h... See Full Review
DANGEROUS PHONE! Do not even consider
I used this phone for two days and it turned out to be the poorest design of a cell phone I've ever... See Full Review
pros: * excellent phone quality * packed with features * 8 GB Built-in storage (16GB max)
cons: * Dangling stylus * Widget screen useless
Great new Pocket PC from Samsung
After using my UT Starcomm XV6700 for a couple of years, I was hooked on Windows Mobile-based phones... See Full Review
pros: The size of the screen. The abitlity to select large or small print.
cons: Very difficult to navigate. Not a true touch screen, you need to use stylus often.
You need a Ph.D to operate
This is my second smart phone and it is too smart for me. The phone is difficult to figure out... See Full Review
|Style||Smartphone, Touch Screen|
|Screen Size (Diagonal)||3.2 inch|
|Installed Memory||256 MB|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth, USB, WiFi|
|Network Type||GSM 850|
|Operating System||Windows Mobile|
|Display Technology||Color TFT LCD|
|Screen Size||3.2 inch|
|Display Size||240 x 400|
|Screen Type||262K Colors (TFT)|
|Installed Memory||256 MB|
|Memory Card Support||MicroSD|
|Digital Photography Features||Video Capture Capability|
|Audio Output||Built in Speaker|
|Built-in Digital Camera||Built-in Digital Camera|
|Standby Time||500 Hours|
|Input Method||Touch Screen|
|Talk Time||5.5 Hours|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0|
|Digital Camera Resolution||5 Megapixels|
|Processor Speed||620 MHz|
|Digital Camera Zoom||4x Digital Zoom|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Other Features||PC synchronization|
|Phone Features||Integrated speakerphone|
|VoIP Features||Windows Live Messenger|
|Multimedia Features||MP3 Player|
|Battery Type||Proprietary Li-Ion|
|Family Line||Samsung Omnia|