Perfect match for Samsung i8910 Omnia HD

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The world's first 720p HD video recording on a mobile phone was top of our list of trend-setting features revealed at this year's MWC in Barcelona. But even if you take HD from the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD you will still have enough skill and guts to go around. It's Symbian-powered, Samsung i8910 Omnia HD touch - controlled, and i8910 monster of a camera phone. For all we know, a device like that is always worth another look.

Just slightly over a year back, Samsung made its definitive move into the smartphone segment with the unveiling of the Samsung Omnia. Call it what you may, the iPhone killer, the cute Windows Mobile device, the Omnia was the Korean conglomerate's golden goose in terms of popularity amongst consumers. Samsung i8910 upcoming successor, the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD, will definitely be worthy of the Omnia name - at least that's the impression we've had since the unit came into our labs yesterday.

Holding the unit, the first thing that came to mind was the sheer size of the Omnia HD. The device measures in at a lengthy 123 x 59 x 12.9 mm, and it felt long in our hands. Plus it weighs in at a hefty 148g. Nonetheless, from its huge 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touch screen and the sheer joy we get out of viewing videos and surfing web pages on it, its bulk might just be worth it. In fact, it is almost the size of a mobile internet device. Samsung I8910 Omnia HD phone comes with 48GB internal memory and 32GB of external microSD memory. The storage will never be a problem for Samsung I8910 smartphone users. It runs on Symbian OS and offers Nokia OSS browser. The device is loaded with many business and productivity features along with entertainment feature set. Email, SMS, MMS, instant messaging, voice mail, voice memo, mobile printing, document viewer, PC Sync, TV Output, and bluetooth among other things make the phone a complete smartphone.

Taking a cue from the recent imaging powerhouses such as the Samsung PIXON and its INNOV8 series, the Omnia HD also sport a similar 8-megapixel imaging sensor. What's no longer similar, is the device's ability to record videos at resolutions up to 1280 x 720, or as normally referred to as HD recording in the 720p range. Watch videos recorded on HD TVs with DLNA and HD TV out. Dual Stereo Speaker with Samsung's Digital Natural Sound Engine technology for higher-quality sound and more natural effects with realistic stereo and deep bass sounds. For more details visit

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