03/30/2010, Samsung certainly seems rather smug, and it should be, as the company has announced that its Omnia II smartphone has surpassed 600,000 units in South Korea. According to Samsung, the Omnia II has averaged about 100,000 units a month, and users are satisfied with its performance and after sales service. It’s also worth noting that Samsung sells different versions of its Omnia II in South Korea, with the T*Omnia II […]
12/13/2009, Folks in Argentina who have been looking for a fancy looking Windows Mobile phone will be glad at the news that the Samsung Omnia II will soon be available in said country. The carrier Personal will be offering the phone for ARS$ 1499 with its All Inclusive Plan. If you’re in Argentina and serious about this phone, you can always reserve this phone at the Personal site.
10/31/2009, Bell should be feeling rather smug; as the announcement is out that the Samsung Omnia II will be exclusive to Bell. In case you’ve forgotten, this is the phone that is powered by Windows Mobile 6.5, sports a 3.7-inch AMOLED WVGA display, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and 7.2Mbps UMTS/HSPA connectivity. The Omnia II has also earned the title of the “Official Mobile Device of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games”, […]
09/17/2009, Looks like not only the Samsung Omnia i900 will be getting a Windows Mobile 6.5 update for free, the rest of the Omnia range will also benefit including the Omnia IIs, B7610s and B7320s. As for the Omnia Pro B7330, the i8000, B7320, B7300 and B7610, these will come pre-loaded with Windows Mobile 6.5 to get you started right out of the box, although Samsung has shamelessly remained coy about […]
09/16/2009, Owners of the Samsung Omnia i900 seem set to receive an update of Windows Mobile 6.5 for their devices, although there is no word on an exact release date just yet. While many newer handsets have already rolled out since the Omnia made its debut, the Windows Mobile 6.5 update might just prolong its shelf life for a little bit longer, while putting off the purchase of phones from other […]
07/24/2009, Folks living in the US will be pleased to know that the FCC has just given their nod of approval to the Omnia 2, also known as the Samsung i8000. From the looks of it in the list below, this is set to be one powerhouse of a cellphone, featuring the following :- GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz UMTS 850/1900 MHz HSDPA 7.2Mbps HSUPA5.76 Mbps 3.7″ WVGA (480 × 800) AMOLED touchscreen […]
07/16/2009, Samsung has dropped the news: the Verizon flavor of the Samsung Omnia smartphone will function with all GPS apps after the CF03 update. Verizon previously said that they would open up the GPS access on their phones, but it took months to implement it. Now, all you need is to find a sexy Windows Mobile GPS app… let us know what you end up using… [via brighthand] If you have […]
06/25/2009, Now this is blasphemy for purists, but others will take to this hack pretty kindly. Samsung’s Omnia is now able to run the Android operating system despite being a Windows Mobile 6.1 handset in the first place. While the Omnia comes with a 3.2″ WQVGA resistive touchscreen display, 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, 3G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, the porting team only managed to boot and load the kernel while attaining […]