The Omnia 7 By Samsung Is A High Spec Windows 7 Powered Smartphone

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The new Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system has seen the launch of a number of new handsets to showcase its new software. Amongst these is the impressive Samsung Omnia 7 with its 4 inch touchscreen, loads of internal storage and 5 mega pixel camera, to name but a few of its notable features.

Measuring up at 122.4x 64.2x 11 millimeters it is certainly slimline and lightweight at 138.2 g, making it a pocket friendly handset which is comfortable to hold and use on the move. Boasting a 4 inch super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, it is a great handset for a host of multimedia formats, such as watching HD video, playing games, surfing the web or simply viewing photos. This is thanks to its ability to display up to 16 million colours within a pixel resolution of 480x 800. Accelerometer and proximity sensors are included as well as multi-touch input support.

The Samsung Omnia 7 has the capacity to store thousands of files be they music, videos or documents etc, thanks to on board storage of either 8 GB or 16 GB depending on the model. There thanks to this level of storage there is no need for expandable memory such as a microSD slot, which is something you would find on most other Smartphones.

GPRS and EDGE are both called upon to keep the handset connected to the correct mobile operatorís networks, whilst a fast Internet connection is assured in areas with 3G coverage thanks to an HSDPA connection providing speeds of 7.2 mega bytes per second. Users can also gain a faster browsing experience thanks to Wi-Fi connectivity which allows users to take advantage local Wireless Networks whenever they have access, however many locations now offer free Wi-Fi meaning a fast connection is often available.

The Samsung Omnia 7 is equipped with a handy yet powerful 5 mega-pixel digital camera. This operates at 2592x 1944 pixels meaning the resultant still images are of superb quality with high levels of clarity and detail, whilst an LED flash, image stabilisation and auto-focus are all provided to improve the quality of photos whilst simultaneously simplifying the task of taking them. Geo-tagging is also provided which functions thanks to GPS and allows users to keep track of where they took their photos or shot there videos, thanks to it automatically recording this information. As an alternative to taking still photos, users can shoot video footage in high definition (720p) at 25 frames per second.

Inside the handset there is a powerful 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which provides lightning fast response times whatever the application. This means that everything from operating the touch screen to browse and the Internet is lightning fast, and coupled with the versatile Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system, a fantastic user experience is assured.

The impressive software along with its many notable features makes the Samsung Omnia 7 an appealing all rounder, and is likely to find favour amongst all kinds of mobile phone user.

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