Just received my new Windows Phone 7, this time is a Samsung Omnia 7. Samsung Omnia 7
In this short article I’m just going to show you guys some pictures of phone packaging and accessories. Soon I’ll post my full review on the phone.
Let’s start from the beginning,
Really nice box, follows the actual tendency of less is more so don’t expect a big box with lot’s of empty space
- Phone itself… SAMSUNG Omnia 7, Model GT-I8700 (8Gb Model);
- Micro Usb Power adapter;
- Micro Usb Data Cable;
- Stereo headphones with calling buttons;
- Manuals and warranty.
All packaged for quick phone using, no bible size manuals and endless reading to start using your phone. Interestingly manufacturers started using micro-usb, I don’t really see the meaning for that, but if we kept “old” mini-usb connectors we could use that stack of cables laying in the office.
- This time around is a Samsung Omnia 7 with the brand new Windows Phone 7 OS.
- Some specs:
- 4.0’’ WVGA Touch Super Amoled screen;
- HSUPA 5.6Mbps/HSDPA 7.2Mbps;
- Tri-band (900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz);
- 5MP AF Camera;
- GPS / Geo Tagging;
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n;
- Bluetooth 2.1;
- Usb 2.0.
Screen, screen screen!! Really that’s the most beautiful screen I’ve seen in a device like this, really vivid colors and black blacks.
Feel’s like a really sturdy phone with nice metal like finish in the back of the phone, really not heavy for a phone this size, but dimensions wise there’s a lot of not functional space in the front. let me explain this, the 4.0 screen is placed across the frond but where’s quite a big space in the top and in the bottom of the phone.
For now that’s all, I’m quite impressed with the phone so far, and I can’t stop pointing the screen, that fantastic screen is, for now, my biggest “thumbs up” for this phone.
Soon I’ll post the full review for the phone and the OS.