Samsung in terms of mobile technology stands for budget series mobile phone handsets with averagely creative features and functionalities. But with such a line of phones which offer bits and pieces of facilities, the Samsung brand in mobile phones is actually losing its color. Apart from the successful Corby series, there isn’t much going the Samsung way.
You cannot win the competition of mobile sales by making budget phones which don’t offer much. There is a huge scope of improvement in terms of features, and more so in terms of marketing and building a lineage for future experiments. Somehow, Samsung has tried to make it to the big league with the launch of Omnia series.
1 GHz Scorpion type processor is the base on an omnia 7 mobile phone. The sleek, slim and attractive candy bar from Samsung boasts of an AMOLED type capacitive touch function (480 x 800 pixels resolution) accommodated in a sparkling 4 inch wide screen. Multi-touch input method is a nice welcome. The internal memory storage is decent at 8 GB and 16 GB. The phone works on the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 platform. The HTML browser and the Facebook integration is a decent hit. GPS is also supported, but 3 G is what takes it to a better league.
This phone offers the radio function (with RDS) and loudspeaker facility. Samsung Omnia 7 Deals offer a decent 5 mega pixel camera (2592 x 1944 pixels) with autofocus as well as an LED flash. Geo-tagging and image stabilization is available with this model.
Samsung omnia contracts especially in the UK come with some exciting offers as well.
All in all, Samsung mobile phones need something like the Corby series and a lot of firepower to compete against other major mobile manufacturers.