- Issued By: Chris Westley
- City / State: Ipswich
- Company Website: http://www.phoneslimited.co.uk/Samsung/Omnia+7.html
- Submitted: December 21, 2010 10:44 pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ipswich, December 21, 2010:
If you are looking for a stylish Smartphone with an impressive spec list, you could do much worse than choose the Samsung Omnia 7. Sporting the brand new Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system which some innovative features, it is sure to please gadget enthusiasts, it is easy enough to use for Smartphone newbies.
The Samsung Omnia 7 is a lightweight Smartphone at 138.2 g, with dimensions of 122.4x 64.2 millimeters in order to accommodate the large touchscreen. It is also a slimline device at just 11 millimeters so it will easily fit into a pocket or handbag. The 4 inch super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen boasts a pixel count of 480x 800, and is capable of displaying up to 16 million individual colours, meaning the resulting on screen imagery display is absolutely stunning, meaning photos and HD videos are played back with crisp, clear detail with rich colour rendering. This makes it perfect for viewing photos and videos as well as gaming, surfing the web or simply navigating the user interface. The back of the handset has a built in kickstand, which means users can stand the handset on any flat surface where they can enjoy photos and videos in landscape mode thanks to the built in accelerometer sensor.
A generous 8 GB of internal storage is provided within the handset as standard. With most Smartphones these days coming with a microSD slot for expandable storage, the Samsung Omnia 7 has basically eliminated the need for this, with such a comprehensive amount of storage. This means that thousands of files can be stored within the handset itself, be they music tracks, video clips or Microsoft Office documents etc.
GPRS and EDGE are employed as the main methods of connecting to cellular networks in all but the most isolated locations. In order to gain a fast and reliable Internet connection, HSDPA provides speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps in areas with 3G coverage. Whenever users have access to local wireless networks, they can utilise the phone’s integrated Wi-Fi connectivity to gain an enhanced browsing experience, in commercial all domestic locations, or in one of the increasing number of public Wi-Fi hotspots.
If you are looking for an impressive and powerful camera phone, the Samsung Omnia 7 has got it covered. Boasting a 5 mega pixel offering, it utilises a pixel resolution of 2592x 1944 and comes with auto-focus and LED flash as standard. Image stabilisation and geo-tagging are also included, the latter of which functions thanks to GPS, automatically recording the location at which photos were taken and videos are recorded. 720p quality HD video capture is available with this camera, meaning that video footage it is of the utmost quality.
The innovative Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system packs loads of innovative features which are easy to use yet powerful and versatile. To provide ample computing power for this impressive software, there is a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor under the hood which makes for a speedy and responsive user interface.
The list of standard features ranges from entertainment and productivity tools, to applications to keep social networkers up to date with friends and family. Whether you are looking for a versatile multimedia device, or a tool which allows you to remain productive when out of the office, with the added bonus of superb styling, you cannot go wrong with the Samsung Omnia 7.
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