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GSM on the Verizon version
The article says that Verizon left the GSM radio "for roaming." This isn't true. Unless Verizon sells more than one version of the Omnia, this is seriously misleading and should be not changed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:02, 12 March 2009 (UTC)
American Version Front Camera
I'm not an omnia owner, and i noticed that there appears to be hole behind the front glass veneer, next to the front speaker that would suggest the American omnia version does actually have either a second camera or a light sensor. Can anyone verify? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 21:31, 13 March 2009 (UTC)
This is a second camera intended for use with the Video Calling feature which comes pre-installed on the phone. it is bad dont get it. American version (and is listed in the article under the product specifications). Darkenna (talk) 21:42, 30 May 2009 (UTC)
Android on Omnia
I have had my Samsung Omnia for almost a year and a half and love it. i find that it still does everything that I need it to do. But like all technology, it becomes a little older and doesn't seem as fast as the new devices... especially the ones with Android on them.
I tinkered with trying the different "cooked" up Windows 6.5 operating systems on it only to be disappointed because something was missing like Office, PDF reader,... always something. Then I thought, maybe someone has made Android work on it.
I found that there was an overlay that looked like Android, but wasn't it. I then found the website where a bunch of people have put up money like a reward for someone to develop Android for it. I certainly understand why when looking at the bigger and bulkier Samsung Omnia II. It just is not as cool as the first Omnia's.
I have been running the Samsung Today on it without the customizable widget bar. I like it, but it still is not as fast as Android. There is something everyone is missing that wants Android on their phone. The newest phones have more processor speed and more RAM on them. More than 4 times the amount. Therefore when someone finally gets Android to work perfectly, they will be sadly disappointed as the phone is outdated and can't keep up. Not only that, they battery life will be diminished greatly.
Instead of trying to turn a pumpkin into a race car, let's just pay a little more and get the race car today. This will certainly eliminate the ongoing hassle and aggravation in the meantime. And here is my solution...
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