Samsung Omnia HD Video
Samsung Omnia HD Video Transcript
[ music ] ^M00:00:08
>> Hi, I'm Kent German, senior editor at CNET.com, and here at the GSNA World Conference in Barcelona. This is the Samsung Omnia HD. The biggest things I want to show you about this device is the screen. Really has a huge screen that's really bright, really colorful, very vibrant, and looks really nice. It does play HD video. It does have Samsung's touch wiz interface, you can see the icons all there on the side. It's very similar to the touch wizard seen on other phones in the US. Also this is a 3D interface, and what you can do is you can slide that over like that, kind of looks like the corner of a room, there's a little bit of effect going on. It is a totally touch screen device, so there is no keyboard, no keypad. You can see some controls down here, there's a talk and an end power key. It has a virtual keyboard, it is an eight megapixel camera as well, you can see the lens right there, there is a flash. Also has Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth, most of the email features you need, but really centers on that multimedia. [ background music ] I'm Kent German, and this is the Samsung Omnia HD. [ music ]
The much-coveted Samsung Omnia finally lands at a U.S. carrier. Check out our First Look video to see what this Windows Mobile touch-screen smartphone has to offer.
While yet to be released in the United States, the Samsung Omnia is already creating buzz as a serious iPhone competitor with its innovative touch screen. We have your preview here.
While the lack of 3G and expensive price tag will keep it out of the hands of the masses, the Samsung i890 Omnia HD is a powerful multimediasmartphone that rivals the other high-end touch-screen devices.
It's a face-off between two new touch-screen contenders.
While we wait for the official release of the Samsung Omnia II, CNET editor Bonnie Cha takes a First Look at a GSM model of the smartphone at CTIA Fall 2009.
At GSMA 2009, Kent German takes a First Look at the Samsung Ultra Touch, a touch-screen phone that's packed with multimedia features.
While not the most powerful smartphone on the market, the Samsung Omnia II features an improved user interface and a richer multimedia experience to make it a worthy upgrade over its predecessor and one of the best Windows Mobile devices on the market.
At CTIA 2009 in Las Vegas, Kent German takes a First Look at MetroPCS' first touch-screen phone from Samsung.
At CTIA 2009, Kent German takes a First Look at the Samsung Impression, a new messaging phone from AT&T that features a slide design, a QWERTY keyboard, and a big, bright touch screen.
Samsung and Coca-Cola collaborate on an interactive, touch-screen Coke machine. Brian Tong takes a First Look from CES 2009.