Samsung Omnia 7

Basic Specs

Thickness 0.43 inches
Weight 4.9 oz
Form factor Slab
Screen size (diagonal) 4 inches
Operating system Windows Phone
Launch OS version 7

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...

Alias SGH-i8700

Hardware

Height 4.82 inches
Width 2.53 inches
Thickness 0.43 inches
Weight 4.9 oz
Form factor Slab
Color Black
Loudspeaker Stereo

Display

Screen size (diagonal) 4 inches
Technology Super AMOLED
Resolution (Y) 800 px
Resolution (X) 480 px
PPI 233
Touchscreen type Capacitive

Connectivity

GSM Yes
GSM frequencies supported 1900, 1800, 900, 850
UMTS / HSPA Yes
UMTS frequencies supported 900, 2100, 1900
Max WWAN downlink speed 7.2 Mbps
Max WWAN uplink speed 5.76 Mbps
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi support 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version Bluetooth 2.1

Processor

Manufacturer Qualcomm
Brand / family Snapdragon
Model QSD8250
Clock speed 1 GHz

GPU

Manufacturer Adreno
Model 200

Storage

Internal size 8 GB, 16 GB

Rear Camera

Resolution 5 megapixels
Flash LED
Focus type Autofocus
Video resolution 720p
Video framerate 25

Software

Operating system Windows Phone
Launch OS version 7

Interface

Headphone jack 3.5mm

Sensors

Sensors Compass (Magnetometer)

Battery

Capacity 1500 mAh

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8.0

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  • Software 8
  • Battery life 8
  • Ecosystem 7

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  • 9.0
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    Reviewed by amazingMic (Currently owns)

    I have it since beginning and love it! I would have rated it a 8.5 but had to round it up since there are no dot scores.

    Best phone I ever got and I never regretted buying into the WP7 ecosystem. I like the physical "Start" Button and love the AMOLED Screen - it shines if you choose the black theme of WP7.

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    Reviewed by marco89nish (Currently owns)

    I'm having the device for half year and I'm quite satisfied, it's best first gen WP7 device IMO.

    Screen is great, build is solid, metal construction adds premium feel, when screen is off it's hard to differ screen from bezel making entire front surface uniformly black. Only reception problem I had was in an elevator.

    WP7 is snappy, well designed and beautiful on Super AMOLED screen. Updates were quite regular, no significant delays or problems updating.

    Overall, great WP7 device.

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    Reviewed by noel (Currently owns)

    A very solid first-gen Windows Phone 7 device. From when I first got it until now, I have loved it in every aspect, except for it's limited app store. Despite that flaw, with Windows Phone 7.5's smart native integration with Facebook/Twitter and gorgeous UI, it will be hard for me to move to another platform. The Omnia 7 itself stood out to me for it's aluminium back, brilliant 4" Super AMOLED display and simplistic overall design, which goes quite well with WP7's minimalist approach. On the downside, the phone is sometimes a bit slippery, and some awkward button placements make for occasional unwanted presses.

    I will probably make the jump to once ICS comes to the Samsung Galaxy Note (unless a tablet device comes out soon with better drawing capabilities. RIP Microsoft Courier). Either that, or unless Microsoft does something amazing soon.

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